If you are considering emigrating to New Zealand from America then you’ll have some questions. And I’m guessing that the number one concern is the USA vs New Zealand cost of living.

There is talk about town that the wages are lower in New Zealand and the cost of living is higher. 

Have you heard that too?

Well, today you’re in for a treat! In this week’s podcast, we talk to Ryan. Ryan left the US 5 years ago to live in NZ.



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In this podcast episode (you can listen or watch, it’s your choice!) Ryan, an American who left the US five years ago and is now living in Auckland New Zealand with his family.


Man smiling in new Zealand after leaving the USA

Say Hi to Ryan! He left the USA 5 years ago to live in New Zealand with his family.


The USA vs New Zealand Cost of Living


In this week’s podcast from New Zealand Ryan shares insights into some of the (crucial) costs that American’s forget to take into consideration when assessing the wage difference in New Zealand vs the USA. 


Are they higher or lower in New Zealand


How much can you expect to pay and how is that different to the US?


What insurance do you need in New Zealand?


Healthcare in the USA is a major cost. Does the same apply in New Zealand?


Watch The Video Podcast Interview With Ryan Now!







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