What’s it like in the UK? As far as politics, living expenses and jobs? I’m considering setting up my life there post education. So hmu
Housing is really expensive, especially in london, i’m in bristol and we’re talking about £400pm for a room in a shared house, but london’s way worse.
if you’re looking for a minimum wage job you’ll find one, easier if you know people who can get you in, but not impossible so long as you have some work experience. Beyond that i honestly don’t know at all.
Whilst there’s obviously still bigots it seems to be far less extreme than in america? Most people, especially young people, aren’t racist or homophobic or misogynistic, although they might have unwittingly internalised harmful things it’s much less open and extreme as seems to be in america. (if thats what ur asking by politics)
It’s very hard to get citizenship though. And the weather’s cloudy or drizzly like 60% of the time which is kind of soul destroying :( But if you don’t mind that, it’s a nice place to live!