Should I work in the US or the UK? - which pays best? (slight diversion)
diment at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 09:39:41 GMT 2011
On 14/12/2011, at 20:23, Richard Foley <richard.foley at rfi.net> wrote:
> Adding a little diversity here, by including Germany, where I currently live
> with my family. Simon's museum reference hit hard, I sympathise, and can
> confirm it's the same here in Munich. The paucity of anything comparable to
> the London, open to the public, museums is quite extraordinary, given that
> Munich is the capital of the free state of Bavaria, and virtually it's own
> little country even today.
Well I will hand the museum/cultural life to London. There's got to be an upside to being part of an empire which has declined within recent memory.
(I've got to concur with Toby btw. Australia is a pretty good option in a lot of respects. Outside of Melbourne, Perl jobs (as opposed to jobs with some perl) are a bit thin on the ground, but personally I telecommute to both my jobs (one at the local university and almost completely not a perl job, a 20 minute train ride away, where I have a badly ventilated office with no windows in a region with spectacular geology and expensive geotech issues, the other to a distributed team with an interesting set of time zones from this side of the international date line.
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