Graz is well known for its universities and young people from all over Austria come here to study. Living in Graz is less expensive than in most other bigger cities in Austria and most people here are friendly (at least from my experience). Unfortunately, I don't know much about how hard or easy it is to find a job in Graz either.
Thanks for the answer! I would need a part-time job during my studies, simply so i don‘t have to worry about not having money. Unfortunately, i couldn‘t find much info about it online, but hopefully i will!
@isnsje danke für deine Antwort! Hoffentlich werde ich dieses Jahr Graz besuchen. Ich habe viele Fotos von Graz gesehen und er ist sehr ähnlich zu meiner Stadt (Novi Sad) und das macht mich mega glücklich 😁
if you just come here then it's hard to find a job, i waited 2 months for someone to answer me, what about housing if you search in the center is more expensive if you look that one is 10-15 minutes away then it is about 600 euro you work full time only as a maternity ward, and if the husband has a high salary you work part time and people are not bad
@milicaproc71 thanks for your reply! i‘ve heard that apartments that are 60-70 square meters of size have a €600 monthly rent, which wouldn‘t be a problem if i‘d have roomates or live with my boyfriend, but i was thinking of living in a student dorm first anyways. Getting a job might be tricky at first, because i first need to apply for a job and then my boss would request for a working permit.
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