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More specifically, is that enough to live on? I have lived in cheaper areas for the past 6 years. I think it would be really fun to live there, but I have little experience with Southern California. I know questions about moving to indiana are a dime a dozen, but here is my information: I am just completing my Master's Degree and the job would be set to start in the summer. (They want me to finish and defend my thesis before I start work) I am a single female, and I suppose the only responsibility I have to anyone other than myself is to my cat. I own my own car. I have no student loans left to pay off from my undergrad, or grad school. (My indiana was grant funded and I work) My work is in the tourism and nonprofit sector and includes a health insurance package, and after 6 months probation, entry into a retirement program. It would be my first full time job, it is a decent opportunity in my industry, and there is a chance of promotion down the line. The offer does not include relocation funds or any housing assistance. I do have a small savings buffer to offset the initial moving costs. (By the time I move it would be about 7k) I prefer living by myself, but I might not be opposed to a roommate. The job is in the Westwood area, but I would assume I'd have to live somewhere cheaper. Any thoughts on the feasibility of such a move? Could I afford to live on that salary at least for a couple of years? I am not an overly extravagant person, I'm not into overly expensive clothes or tech items, but I would like to be able to build up savings, go to the movies, afford internet, or to a museum every now and again. What do you all think? Should I take the job? Thank you. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
One bedroom apartments in Westwood run about $1800+, and that's not for anything fancy. Westwood is one of the most expensive upscale neighborhoods in LA, and with UCLA there is high demand for units. You could likely find something acceptable in Culver City (about 5 miles from Westwood) in a nice neighborhood for $1500, maybe less, but you'd have to check out the neighborhood, there are some not so nice Culver City neighborhoods. (But overall it's a nice city, grandma recently lived alone there into her 90's near Sony, never had a problem, the neighbors all knew each other, walked all over the area.) You also might be able to find something around the same price in West LA, but you'll want to check it out carefully, as there are some shady neighborhoods. Santa Monica, Venice, etc are likely too expensive for your budget. Many landlords of nice buildings will want to see income of 3 to 4 times your rent, or 2.5 times your net income, subtracting monthly obligations, taxes, etc. If you have great credit they may make an exception. There are so many rental scams, Google: Los Angeles rental scams, and rental scams. Be careful of roommate and illegal sublet scams (common on Craigslist, over and over again). Roommates are often more trouble then they're worth. Commuting is awful on the Westside, so you'll want to live as close as possible. Living in the valley, even though it's cheaper and seems like an ok commute can be awful. Even driving the 405 on a weekend afternoon, not beach season, can be sooo slow. You would have to stay on a tight budget, but there is a lot of free stuff to do around LA, museums have free days, there are free summer concerts, outdoor activities, etc. You should be able to afford internet and going out to the movies and have a bit to save. Shop at Target for many of your groceries (good prices) and everything else. It might be best if you visit here and see where you can afford to live, the commute to work, and if you like it here. Good luck!
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Years ago I lived in Mar Visa which is nothing fancy but it was only about 15 minutes from Westwood - and I went by scooter, not by car. There are some nice apartment buildings there, it's not an exciting area but it's convenient to get around and not far from Westwood, Venice, Marina del Rey or Santa Monica and lots less expensive - you can get an idea on rent prices here
I think that is a reasonable amount to live on...even in the Los Angeles area. Yes, you will probably have to look outside of Westwood to find an affordable place (unless you have a roommate to split costs with) and have a little bit of a commute to work.
Sure it's feasible. You won't be living the luxurious lifestyle, but you can rent a one-bedroom apartment in Westwood for around $1100 a month. If there are opportunities for promotion and you feel like it's a good fit for you, go for it.
Chicago. Yes, the winters suck but the rest of the time is very nice and the Summers are awesome. There are street festivals in different neighborhoods every weekend during the Summer. Lots to do here and it is very easy to live in Chicago. You don't even need a car like in indiana because the public transit system is very good. Plus, Chicago is centrally located if you want to travel to other cities in the US.
It sure beats minimum wage. Take it. Expect to pay at least $1000 a month for an apartment. Avoid Craigslist, for that is nothing but scams.
It is definitely possible, especially since you have this job lined up. Depending on the area, rent will usually range for a one bedroom from $1,200 to $1,800. What kind of area are you looking for?
You should definitely be able to get by on that salary--check out craigslist to get a sense of rent costs. I doubt you'll be able to rush out and buy your own house (at least in a nice area), but you won't starve to death either.
Definitely . It would really be unwise to pass or turn down the offer. This could really Change your life. So good luck to you. :)