What is the average cost of living for a single person in the US
The average cost of living for a single person in the United States varies based on your age and which city and state you like.
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- What is the average cost of life for a single person in Los Angel...?
- At 18, I can promise you that you will not make enough money to live on your own. I was 26 (2002) when I moved out there from Florida with a sales job making $35,000 a year and lived with roommates. Other than living expenses it really is n...
- What is the average cost of living in Zurich for a single person/...?
- It can be somewhere between 1500-2000 SFr for a normal living style. The costs may vary depending on the accomodation, type of health insurance etc.
- What is the average cost for a single person to live in NYC??
- Well it depends on where in NYC, location is everything in the city. In manhatten its about 500,000-600,000 for a tiny shoebox. If you want to live in the Bronx its about 300,000 but the area isnt the best. www.realtor.com
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