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When it comes to earnings, statistics suck. If one earn 10k and the other 1k, they earn 5,5k on average so that tells NOTHING. Earnings in Poland are spread across disciplines. If you don’t have an academic degree, you won’t earn much. Medium kinda life tops. Like 2500–3500 PLN after taxes and the max value after some time. It’s small to live in a bigger city but doable (credit, partner working too etc.). Also may earn more using after hours and even more working on weekends. In small city or village it’d be considered pretty good earnings, I guess. If you have an academic degree (good one, not any one), you can earn more, >3,5k-4k after taxes with a year or two experience in your discipline. You can live quite all right on medium level, maybe upper-medium if your parter also earns similiar amount. For me bearable level is 4,5k after taxes and above. I reached it personally after around 2 years of working after graduation. But it depends what your discipline is and how experienced and good your are at it. I’d say it applies to most technical disciplines but not all of them. Of course like anywhere, if you’re an IT guy, you’ll earn good faster, especially programmer. You’d have to ask about particular job and skills.

I have lived in Hyd for 6 months. To be precise, it was Greater Hyd- Ghatkesar near Uppal. I rented a 1 BHK penthouse type accommodation in a 5 storey building. The building did not have a lift so there were no takers. We (along with my room partner)negotiated at 2000 in 2010, including water chargers. Although getting up and down was a little difficult in the beginning but once we got used to it, it was a matter of 1 minute. Moreover, the fresh air that you get on top is priceless. View from top is even more wonderful. Point is , if you can compromise on little things and take a little pain, you can find a decent place at affordable price. We ate out for a month but since we were north indians, we could not continue. We set up our kitchen and there also we saved with healthy diet of pulses,eggs and chapatis. It was cheap and effective. We managed to cook after 12 hours of duty hours.We washed our clothes ourselves on Sundays. It took one hour and then outing to Main City and areas like Panjagutta once in a while. Paradise and Alpha near Secunderabad railway station were the restaurants we targeted as they were cheap and had very good food. Now i want to write regarding saving money. If you are ready to do a little bit of hard work, you can save money. I earned Rs 15000 pm and managed to save Rs 7000 in first month.  I had to purchase a lot of forms for PSU exams. That brought down my savings to Rs 5000 .BOTTOMLINE: Savings is possible.

The definition of enough salary can have a lot of variables like number of dependents, lifestyle, daily expenditures etc and what you manage to save, eventually. Any request for comparable cost of living has to be far more specific than simply numbers. Your standard of living is what really comes into play.Being said that, here is a general rule, it's a good sign when expected net salary is above the average. According to World Cost of Living spreadsheet (crowdsourced data), the average salary for Kuala Lumpur jobs is around MYR4,052.39 per month. That’s for local, for expat expect to be much higher since you have expat costs.Moreover, broadly speaking if you can spend only 1/4 of your salary for rental, and save other HALF for transportation, groceries, recreation, apparel and utilities then it’s likely you can live comfortably.Being said that below is rental rates of Kuala Lumpur from World Cost of Living spreadsheet (crowdsourced data)Of course your cost of living will vary depending on your own lifestyle.The best way to make it worth is whether your lifestyle can match the same way as your own lifestyle in your home country.You use this Cost of Living Calculator spreadsheet. It calculates based on your own lifestyle spending not generic spending.Reference/download : World Cost of Living spreadsheet (crowdsourced data)

Monthly apartment cost & monthly salary?

Hi,

I'm a former financial consultant. I spent almost 2 years of my career focusing on people almost exactly like you. Still in college or having just finished and just starting out. You are not alone in your lack of knowledge regarding personal finance basics. I'm going to go into specifics here because your future situation is still inknown. You don't know how much you'll be making etc.

I'm going to suggest you further your education, but regarding how to manage money and learning tips that will help you succeed financially far quicker and more substancially than the majority of other people. For example, could you imagine sharing a smaller appartment with a roommate or two for even just a year and spending only $700 a month. Well, in the numbers you gave us in the question, that would allow you to save $700 a month. That's $8,400 after a year, almost. More than most people have at such a young age for a down payment. Be frugal, be wise and learn as many personal finance basics as possible before you make any kind of decisions.

Subscribing to money magazine, or even taking a course will be great for your financial education, but they cost money. It will be money well spent, I'm sure, but you're still money out of pocket.
You can also get a lot of free information on the net through yahoo or google. We've compiled some helpful financial calculators in our blog as well as an ebook that you might find useful. Check it out below.

I hope this has been helpful for you.

Take some initiative and do some very important learning and learn how to manage money as best you can. Start with a comprehensive budget spreadsheet. Best of luck

As Evan has already mentioned, it depends heavily on your area,company and habits. In Tokyo the rents are very expensive and that makes most of the expenditure. E.g. I live in Tokyo and I pay 50000 yen for a single room which is actually cheap from Tokyo standards. And this is only rent excluding utility fees. I am a vegetarian guy and a student so I cook my food very often. If you eat outside then you will at least need 1500-2000 yen per day. Rates of meals usually don't change much areawise. It might be 1300-1600 for suburb area. Here is breakup of my average monthly expenses in yen.Rent 50000 (180sq ft room)Utility fees 10000Food 35000Phone/Internet 8000Travel 2000 (in my case I commute to university on bicycle so I hardly use trains)Total= 105000-110000 yenNow if you are living outside Tokyo, you may get 600sq ft apartment in 60000 yen or similar 180-200 sq ft one room for only 20000 yen. But it depends on the area you live. However, if you live in company's dorm then it will be very very cheap. One of my friends stays in company's dorm and his rent is only 10000 yen including utility fees and I am not sure but internet fees are also included. Food,travel expenses don't change much outside Tokyo. Company's dorm will be usually near to company so you can commute using bicycle or by walk and can save some money. Overall I can say if you prefer to live in company's dorm and outside Tokyo but not in other metropolitan area like Osaka, Nagoya then your average monthly expenses would be around 70000-80000 yen.I hope this will give you clear idea. Feel free to ask anytime. :-)Thanks for A2A.

Monthly apartment cost & monthly salary?

Hi,

I'm a former financial consultant. I spent almost 2 years of my career focusing on people almost exactly like you. Still in college or having just finished and just starting out. You are not alone in your lack of knowledge regarding personal finance basics. I'm going to go into specifics here because your future situation is still inknown. You don't know how much you'll be making etc.

I'm going to suggest you further your education, but regarding how to manage money and learning tips that will help you succeed financially far quicker and more substancially than the majority of other people. For example, could you imagine sharing a smaller appartment with a roommate or two for even just a year and spending only $700 a month. Well, in the numbers you gave us in the question, that would allow you to save $700 a month. That's $8,400 after a year, almost. More than most people have at such a young age for a down payment. Be frugal, be wise and learn as many personal finance basics as possible before you make any kind of decisions.

Subscribing to money magazine, or even taking a course will be great for your financial education, but they cost money. It will be money well spent, I'm sure, but you're still money out of pocket.
You can also get a lot of free information on the net through yahoo or google. We've compiled some helpful financial calculators in our blog as well as an ebook that you might find useful. Check it out below.

I hope this has been helpful for you.

Take some initiative and do some very important learning and learn how to manage money as best you can. Start with a comprehensive budget spreadsheet. Best of luck