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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. Hi Guys, can anybody give me ballpark estimates of how expensive, or if it is possible for a single professional medical field woman to make a living in Cambridge, MA? If my salary is 60k, would I be able to afford a decent one-bedroom, or a studio, or don't even dream about it.
I tried to find similar thre, but people moving in the area are usually couples, not single individuals. Is it really true that if I find a rental place outside of the city than I have to drive 2 hours just to get to my work in the morning traffic? Or if I live in the middle of Cambridge, say, than I won't even have a balcony or a little patio, which would be so important to me I like nature, trees and I have Cambridge Massachusetts single woman pets.
Don't be timid, you can tell me; am I just dreamin' or actally people can find a decent place to live and make a life in this famously high cost of living area? Very hard on that salary if not impossible. You would have to get into roommate situation to have ends meet. Cambridge is tricky as is very desirable, many jobs here, but somewhat limited access. All the surrounding areas are expensive as well. You would have to go far out into suburbia and have very long commute to be able to afford something and even then you would have to ask if it is worth it, as commute cost in time, money and stress would be stupid.CAMBRIDGE BOOK 14 TEST 1--CRIME REPORT FORM-- LISTENING PRACTICE TEST IELTS--IELTS WITH SURAJ
If you can swing higher pay, it would be much more pleasant. You have to budget accordingly, also preferably have a job in the area. RE is uber-competative in general around here. Not sure about patios and nature as Cambridge is very dense and most places are in triple-deckers or such, not super inviting but practical. You look at the neighbors windows and they into yours. Some areas are nicer and quieter but also very expensive. Hope it helps you.$3,000 RENT IN CAMBRIDGE - EMPTY APARTMENT TOUR - BOSTON APARTMENT TOUR
I think "two hours" is a bit over the top. I suggest as I always do Arlington, especially East Arlington. Now, a car isn't a necessity if you live in such a good location, and that's to be considered. So is parking, if you keep a car, whether it's nice or a beater.
Car insurance in Cambridge is lo higher than Arlington, too.
Cambridge can be done. If you live there you'll likely not need and maybe not want a car. Thank you all, very informative answers! I also found out for example that Quincy is on the Red line T and I could be in Cambridge where my job would be in something minutes. Similarly Arlington, too. Thanks Brightdoglover to bring up the importance of easy access.
Although I have to be careful to look for a place that is within walking distance from the metro line, because if I choose to give up my car guess not completely out of question it would be hard to walk long distances in the freezing wind in the winter. I started to be more clear about the question, right? They almost always have at least 1 roommate. Originally Posted by cluelessfromky.
See jayrandom, Jimbo21, they are grad students. I want to have my own place. It's ok to have room mates for temporarily; like for students, of course, but if you want to settle down, you want to be on your own. Thanks jayrandom, you are right, beeing from Europe, I shouldn't be worried The target area though is East Cambridge; I know; the most expensive That's why looks like I will have to move somewhere further out, and then take the metro, red line, which stops right there.
Originally Posted by jayrandom. Postdocs make it work, with a roommate, on half your salary. Grad students on a third. You should be ok by yourself, especially if you're willing to not have a car. That was the only point. Make a careful budget, check the bus and train lines, and see what's out there. It was a bit of a long commute bus to Harvard, red line to East Cambridge but it worked. If I weren't married, though, I probably would have preferred to live in a smaller place in the Cambridge itself. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. It is free and quick.
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Boston, Quincy: apartments, rentals, car insurance. User Name. Remember Me. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Search Forums Advanced. Advertisements Hi Guys, can anybody give me ballpark estimates of how expensive, or if it is possible for a single professional medical field woman to make a living in Cambridge, MA? Location: Westwood, MA 4, posts, read 5, times Reputation: Cambridge Massachusetts single woman Quote: Originally Posted by cluelessfromky Thank you all, very informative answers!
Quote: Originally Posted by cluelessfromky See jayrandom, Jimbo21, they are grad students. Quote: Originally Posted by jayrandom Postdocs make it work, with a roommate, on half your salary. City-Data Forum Message. Cancel Changes.
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