Moving back to UK after a decade away

Presuming Ed

Cobra Kai
Oct 17, 2017
1,048
1,167
Seriously considering this long term. Where's good? I'm open to suggestions. I can work from home to an extent, but would also want to supplement with some graft. Quite happy to do some pretty menial stuff, warehouse work, physical of some degree. Can't be fucked with working in the modern office and the HR hell-realm that it must be in the West these days. I can pull approx a baseline income of around 750 quid pcm as things stand. Would be open to semi rural, North East, somewhere as far from the big cities as possible.

Talk me thru it.
 
Nov 10, 2014
1,213
422
Seriously considering this long term. Where's good? I'm open to suggestions. I can work from home to an extent, but would also want to supplement with some graft. Quite happy to do some pretty menial stuff, warehouse work, physical of some degree. Can't be fucked with working in the modern office and the HR hell-realm that it must be in the West these days. I can pull approx a baseline income of around 750 quid pcm as things stand. Would be open to semi rural, North East, somewhere as far from the big cities as possible.

Talk me thru it.
Aren't you from the UK originally? The cities are still where you left them 10 years ago.
 
May 23, 2018
211
212
get yourself to yorkshire, i live in a little place about 8miles from the city centre so its really quiet and just surrounded by farmers fields. everyone knows everyone, got all the stuff we need around the village but the best thing is we have 9local pubs all without a 10min walking distance
 
Jun 4, 2013
5,178
1,978
Just stay away from the SE. Or south I general.

Prices for goods are the same. Wages a little higher but offset by 3x the rental or purchase costs.

There's loads of stuff in the Midlands plenty of cheap places and loads of work servicing business servicing the SE.

Better pubs too ;)
 
Last edited: