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I, personally, never made the same amount of money in Norway as I would have in the US. On the other hand, medicine is socialized and many other amenities are taken care of, so it all evened out in the end.If you look at the OECD Better Life Index, you will notice that based on disposable income, the average American makes astoundingly more than the average Norwegian per year.This takes into account a lot of the wealth gaps (to my surprise, there wasn’t as large of a difference between the countries as I anticipated).And with the cost of living being so much lower in the US, your money will go much further than it would in Norway. especially since many jobs (engineers, for example) are in much higher demand in Norway than they are in the US or other countries.But skilled workers with education don’t always make more living in Norway. Teacher salaries in Norway are much better than in North America and that is a real shame (for North America).
Us Americans love a good complaint too, even if we don’t do it directly to your face.
Moving to Norway is a desire that many people share.
This post shows how to move to Norway and 30 things to know before starting your new life in Norway.
Granted, you can’t pitch a tent in the middle of Frognerparken in Oslo’s center, but anywhere out in nature or mountains that are not private property is an absolute go.
I can’t tell you how much I love this right and how I think it should exist everywhere in Norway!