Listen Now: Thinking About Small Town Life? Consider These Big Changes First
Thinking of making the move from big city life to a small town? There are some things you should expect.
Right now, people are working from home and companies are discovering this could become permanent. So you might not need to pay your sky-high rent or mortgage and can save money with your virtual commute.
But according to MSN Money, there are details about small town living people may not tell you. So, before you pack up and head out of town here is what you should be ready for.
Medical services are difficult to access. You will need to wait longer for an appointment because there is usually just one doctor servicing the whole area. Having to see a specialist will require travel and longer wait times.
Your education priorities might change. In bigger areas, college is a given before finding a job. But in many small towns, high school is the end goal. Most people have family ties and stay in the area after senior year.
For more revelations about small town living, read the original article now. And don’t forget about the perks.
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