Always interesting reading this coming from another country.
Sebastian Dädeby
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100%, living in the US plays a huge factor in these numbers, especially considering I only have a bachelor’s degree.

I wonder how things balance out when you consider healthcare (and college) tends to be more expensive in the US and pensions tend to be lower.

It seems to me that for higher paying positions (engineering, for example) you’d do better to live in the US. And the opposite for lower paying positions. What do you think?

Thanks for the read and the response Sebastian.