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Poll: What option would you pick?
I got manager to make this poll
Abby
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Imagine... 
you're offered to go forward with 2 options, both are in foreign countries to you - 

1. Getting a job in the city you wanted to live at, you have experience in it for 2-3 years, not the most glamourous but it's a fair job with good pay, can get bonuses as well, and for the first half-year, the apartment is on the company, then you need to find one on your own.
Most of the workers there are from the country you lived in before coming there, so they speak your language and it'll be comfortable, and they issue all the documents needed.


2. Getting a degree in the English language, a language you're almost fluent with, in something you PLANNED on going for, but not as a BA, but an MBA, BUT it's in another country, a sister country of the one you wanted to go to, so same language and almost the same things but not really?
You have a scholarship that covers basically everything, the degree, any extra things, dorm, living costs, and this degree lets you study the language you need to know in order to really live in both countries, it's a part of the program, so no need for a language course.
Meaning that you can find work with that degree afterward, BUT not necessarily in the field you wanna work in, but maybe something similar, and the pay is good regardless because it's a sought-after degree.

OR
You can pick to just go back home (which is not optimal in my situation but well... it exists if none seems good enough)
Abby
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More context - 
I have those 2 options,
Option number 1 can give me an option to study the language, not as efficiently as the second option, but learn it, and get more time of residence for a permanent residence, after 3 years, 2 will be work, and 2 of studying (uni time counts only half of the time, so let's say 3 years? out of it 1.5 counts), securing a place in the country I wanna move to... which is Germany
I'll be in Berlin, where I wanna live, close to my future uni, and my partner... 

Option number 2 can give me a way to learn the language to a master point, and get a lot of opportunities of work than later on in the place I want to stay at but it's not guaranteed and not in the field I want to necessarily, which is Business management,
need that to be in the management field of museums, but I'll have to learn history or something like that after it, which I plan on doing anyway, but it's not the route I WANTED to go, and it does not make sure I have a job in Germany later on
It's in Vienna Austria so German is relevant there as well but it's 10-11 hours away from Berlin ee

If possible, I'd appreciate you telling me why you picked the one option that you lean towards


Bones
Princess of Pop



while the second could be more rewarding with the degree (plus the scholarship being a great opportunity), the first seems more stable and 'safe' i guess and . it's in berlin
tough call
Abby
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bones wrote:
while the second could be more rewarding with the degree (plus the scholarship being a great opportunity), the first seems more stable and 'safe' i guess and . it's in berlin
tough call
, yes, degree being in Vienna, Austria
So the german is the same ( for a foreigner like me) 
but it's... .ooooo man the dilemma
Bones
Princess of Pop



Abby wrote:
bones wrote:
while the second could be more rewarding with the degree (plus the scholarship being a great opportunity), the first seems more stable and 'safe' i guess and . it's in berlin
tough call
, yes, degree being in Vienna, Austria
So the german is the same ( for a foreigner like me) 
but it's... .ooooo man the dilemma
i guess i'd go for whichever is more of an unique opportunity? one that more likely you couldnt go for later on
Abby
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bones wrote:
Abby wrote:
bones wrote:
while the second could be more rewarding with the degree (plus the scholarship being a great opportunity), the first seems more stable and 'safe' i guess and . it's in berlin
tough call
, yes, degree being in Vienna, Austria
So the german is the same ( for a foreigner like me) 
but it's... .ooooo man the dilemma
i guess i'd go for whichever is more of an unique opportunity? one that more likely you couldnt go for later on
technically speaking, as long as the place isn't bankrupt later on, I can go there after the degree although working as a waitress with a business degree would feel like a waste lol
but it WILL be there most likely even after the degree cus well... they might be looking for the same type of people later on because of the family that owns the place
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Abby
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Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
2
Care to explain why? maybe give some points? don't have to if you don't want to ofc
MissLondon
Queen of Queens



For me, going home wouldn’t be an option
because I’d have the ny mentality
”if I can make it here, I can make it anywhere”

option 1 sounds great
but, I wouldn’t want the stress of
looking for a place in 6 months
I like that option 2 covers housing and other expenses 
because I’d like the reassurance of knowing
that should I have to take a few days 
off due to being ill
things still get paid.
Also the added degree
sweetens the deal for me

good luck with whatever
option you choose ❤️
Private
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Abby wrote:
Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
2
Care to explain why? maybe give some points? don't have to if you don't want to ofc
its better to learn the language if u work and live there for some years .
do what u feel like idk
good luck <3
Private
World famous



my aunt living in Austria. its kinda the same language? , but my aunt and her husband speaking in their dialect so its a really big difference.
Abby
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MissLondon wrote:
For me, going home wouldn’t be an option
because I’d have the ny mentality
”if I can make it here, I can make it anywhere”


option 1 sounds great
but, I wouldn’t want the stress of
looking for a place in 6 months
I like that option 2 covers housing and other expenses 
because I’d like the reassurance of knowing
that should I have to take a few days 
off due to being ill
things still get paid.
Also the added degree
sweetens the deal for me

good luck with whatever
option you choose ❤️
I can relate to that SO much
I do believe that I would've made it in my home country, or the one I live in currently,
but it's not.. doesn't feel like home, and in Germany, I just felt so comfortable...
well yeah.

And yes, the degree is just a REALLY secure one way for being able to just geet the language, and secure a job that WILL pay a respectable paycheck, just need to work hard enough for it to be in Germany if I will pick that choice
and thank you! much appreciated!
Abby
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Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
Abby wrote:
Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
2
Care to explain why? maybe give some points? don't have to if you don't want to ofc
its better to learn the language if u work and live there for some years .
do what u feel like idk
good luck <3
True, just by knowing the language I can find so much more job opportunities... insane
And sadly I do not know for sure what to do, which is why I wanna hear points other people might bring, to both options, good or bad points
to do the thinking myself.
And thank you a lot! really appreciated !
Abby
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Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
my aunt living in Austria. its kinda the same language? , but my aunt and her husband speaking in their dialect so its a really big difference.
True, I lived in Berlin for some time and moving here and hearing the german was like... WHOAAA WHAT.
But Hochdeutsch is well... every German-speaking person SHOULD understand it so I should be good
Private
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Abby wrote:
Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
Abby wrote:
Care to explain why? maybe give some points? don't have to if you don't want to ofc
its better to learn the language if u work and live there for some years .
do what u feel like idk
good luck <3
True, just by knowing the language I can find so much more job opportunities... insane
And sadly I do not know for sure what to do, which is why I wanna hear points other people might bring, to both options, good or bad points
to do the thinking myself.
And thank you a lot! really appreciated !
i would really love to work in a farm. they have really nice nature there .  if that would be a good idea for u? 
 
Private
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Abby wrote:
Emiliaaaaaaa wrote:
my aunt living in Austria. its kinda the same language? , but my aunt and her husband speaking in their dialect so its a really big difference.
True, I lived in Berlin for some time and moving here and hearing the german was like... WHOAAA WHAT.
But Hochdeutsch is well... every German-speaking person SHOULD understand it so I should be good

hahaha xD
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