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I will most likely never make the same salary here that I would make in the US.And that doesn’t even account for the taxes or high cost of living here.These people are looking for information about moving here, and I don’t want them to get the impression that Norwegians are classless or distasteful (because most aren’t) from a blog post. As I approach my two-year anniversary in Norway, I have realized that there are many things I wish I had known, whether it be in a general or specific manner, about Norway prior to moving here.;) And a huge thank you in advance to those who comment with advice for those looking to move here! Of course, it would not have changed my plan to move here…it would have just made me more aware. I, along with Andrea from Inspiring Travellers, are here to share our list of 30 things you should know before moving to Norway.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.
they just have the demand for it in Norway at the moment.3.Update Star includes support for many languages such as English, German, French, Italian, Hungarian, Russian and many more.You can choose your language settings from within the program.And with the cost of living being so much lower in the US, your money will go much further than it would in Norway.This is hard for people to see…especially since many jobs (engineers are an example) are in a much higher demand in Norway than they are in the US or other countries.
Everyone is given a new tax card each year: They are supposed to come automatically, but sometimes you have to order them if you don’t receive them on time.