New York is losing residents at an alarming rate: what is the reason and who is to blame

Despite the country's continued economic expansion, New York is actually losing its population. This is with reference to the data of the United States Census Bureau, published December 30, reports the New York Post. Largest Population Reduction The total population of New York State as ...

If not to America, then: a guide to 13 countries for a potential immigrant

We decided to help you with the choice of the country of emigration, to compare the experience of life in different countries and to get the latest information about working in any country of the world (well, almost). In our guide there are answers all the questions that concern travelers: the pros and cons of different ...

American fled to Ukraine, not to pay student debt in the US

One day, Pennsylvania resident Chad Albright realized that he simply could no longer endure the complexities of life in the United States. Unsuccessful job searches, depression, growing bills - he could no longer cope with all this on his own, writes USA Today. "To me…

As a Ukrainian suffering from depression, he went to work as a construction worker in the USA, and got a job with Apple

A Ukrainian from Transcarpathia with diagnosed clinical depression dropped out at a university in Prague and went to work in the United States. The edition of the BZ tells the story of how a young man changed his life, defeated a disease and, without a higher education, got a job at Apple. Bogdan Polovko ...

Five myths about emigration

It is probably difficult to find a European country in which the attitude towards emigration would be so negative as in Russia. For many decades (with the exception of a short break in the 90-s), Russian propaganda inspires to its citizens the idea that anyone who left ...

Already 16% of Americans are ready to emigrate to another country

Nearly 16% of Americans want to move to another country for permanent residence, according to a poll by the Gallup poll. According to Vesti, young people under the age of 30 more often than others expressed their desire to emigrate from the United States. Most of all US citizens are attracted to ...

IPhone on the porch and freezer food: incredible features of life in the US

IPhone on the porch, gifts for someone else's birthday and food from the freezer. Ekaterina Voloshina told SNCMEDIA what new horizons opened to her after moving to the USA. Sure, many things you did not even guess. I live in the USA 2 of the year. The first state I visited was California. It happened in 1996 year - great impressions for a native of the Soviet Union. In 2014-15, I applied ...

A Ukrainian-based startup recognized as one of the fastest-growing in the US: the success story of Stach Wozniak

American Edition Inc. has published a list of 5 thousands of the fastest growing startups in the US. On 882, the Ukrainian-based application for Cargofy Partner carriers was in the ranking. The editors of MC Today tell how the Stakha Wozniak company has grown from Uber for trucks into one of…

How an immigrant from Russia turned a hobby into a successful business in Israel

More recently, an emigrant from Russia, Alexandra Zhebrak, worked as a financial analyst at a bank with a salary that was enough for all the joys of life: to rent an apartment in the center of Tel Aviv, to visit good restaurants, to travel ... The boredom and the feeling that life is passing ...

In Moscow, a tourist: how do our emigrants feel when they visit their homeland

It's amazing to be a tourist in Moscow. It seems that I lived here for eight years, and there, in the courtyards, is the same apartment where I plastered the walls and painted the floor, but from the airport you go to sleep with friends in other people's beds. About,…

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