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adminee
10/16/2020 11:21 EST

Welcome to the Argentina forum. If you're new or have been using the forum a long time, please take a few minutes to introduce yourself and tell us a bit about yourself and your life abroad. If you're a newcomer and have questions about living in Argentina, post your introduction here and your questions and comments in a new topic.

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Skifahren
1/26/2022 09:38 EST

Planning to retire early and explore living in different parts of the world, starting with beautiful Argentina, before settling somewhere and continuing a life of travel, skiing, and new friendships.

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todikaios
1/7/2022 09:06 EST

It's difficult to reply without knowing more details regarding your current situation, what are your hopes and desires for the future. If you are under 25,, are self-sufficient with financial resources, and are willing to give up 5 years or so of your life to experience another culture "la Argentina" may be your cup of tea. I assume you are truly fluent in Spanish, if not your stay in Argentina will be much more complicated and probably disappointing. Besides the turbulent economy, and the unending political unsettledness, there is not an overwhelming interest to welcome extranjeros. If you are a football fanatic you might be more welcome, but be careful which team you choose to be your favorite. Unless you have a guaranteed job and quality friends to help you adjust, I would advise you to visit some other dountries, such as Portugal, and/or visit some other locations in Argentina other than Rosario which is currently the "murder capital" of Argentina. However, since you are young, you are able to adapt more easily...but you should have some clear goals as to what you want to accomplish by spending a good portion of your life in another country.

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TomP
1/7/2022 08:45 EST

Good assessment.

I met an American who was an Engineer in the US who wanted to land a job in Argentina. He said he made $6,000 a month in the US but would take a salary cut to $5,000 in Argentina. I told him about two Engineers I knew in Argentina, one American and one Argentine (H & W) who earned the equivalent of about US$1,350 each.

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