It is difficult but it’s not impossible to live and pursue your dream career in the USA. Well, being an international student and pursuing in one of the top US universities is a sense of adventure. As an international student, you get to make new friends, experience exciting things, feel a new culture, and get involved in creating a new living for yourself, in the United States.
America is rich in its culture, values, and belief systems. But if you decide to take up new challenges, you need to be ready by choosing the right place to live, learn, and grow in the USA.
Cleveland is an amazing and beautiful city that offers affordable living with a nurturing feel. It’s a good town with excellent educational and career opportunities. The place is spectacular with breathtaking slices of greenery, royal architecture to parks to art, sunsets, mesmerizing sights that make you feel like you’ve stepped into another world.
Cleveland’s housing expenses are lower than the national average. Ohio ranks no. 24 in the US for its public transportation and could reduce commuting costs in Cleveland.
“The cost of living in Cleveland, Ohio is low, allowing a higher standard of living for people. We can also enjoy world-class health care facilities, thanks to the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University Medical School.”
Well, let’s do a quick comparison
“The cost of living is 48% lower in Cleveland, OH when compared to New York city!
Interesting Facts – Widespread WiFi “In 2006, Intel named Cleveland as one of its picks for the top three digital communities worldwide. This distinction was awarded to Cleveland in large part because of the number of schools, public buildings, libraries, and other spots around town that offer free wireless Internet access. Among these are Cleveland Hopkins Airport, the Cleveland Public Libraries, Tower City, Case Western Reserve University, and a host of local coffee houses.”
Cleveland, OH living cost is 52% lower than San Francisco, CA
Infact, reports say that the cost of living in Cleveland, OH is:
53% Lower than LOS Angeles-Long Beach, CA
25% Lower than Chicago, IL
58% Lower than Boston, MA
19% Lower than Miami-Dade County, FL
Oh Yes! One last thing but the most important thing:
Cleveland is the home to several Fortune 500 companies: paint manufacturer, Sherwin-Williams; conglomerate Parker Hannifin; insurance company, Progressive Insurance in Mayfield Village; and aluminum recycler Aleris International, based in Beachwood.
Further south of Cleveland, Akron is home to Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and First Energy, and Canton is home to the Timken Company, the world’s largest manufacturer of tapered roller bearings.
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