Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Moving to Vermont? You Will Get Pay for US$10K

Decker Towers with 124 feet (38 m) tall is the tallest building in Vermont (http://nerej.com)  

Yes, you will get US$10 thousands for moving to Vermont. State government proposed a budget for 100 people who eager to live in rural area start in 2019, another 100 in 2020. Additional 20 each for consecutive years.  The new comers should do a non-government job. The program is first come first served. 

Vermont located of the Northeastern of USA, border with Canada (Quebec). In terms of size and population, Vermont is categorized as a small state. Population is about 623 thousand in 2017. State size is 9,616 square miles (mi²), natural landscape with primary forested. The capital, Montpelier, inhibited by less than 10 thousand, the tiniest capital of state in the USA.

State economics supported by agriculture (relate products), manufacture and service. These sectors have produced Gross Domestic Product (GDP) with value of $31.77 billion annually. Median household income is $56,990, ranked 20th in the nation in 2015. Un-employment rate of 3,1% is one of the lowest compared to other states.

Some unique facts of the Vermont are no McDonald restaurant in state capital, the first state to recognize the same couple married (in 2000), the largest producer of maple syrup and marble in the nation, many wooden bridges since 19th century, no ocean border, no skyscraper, an independent country before joining USA, and the tallest building is 11 story (38 m tall).

Temperature is quite could with average of 43 0F (6 0C) yearly, but the coldest winter could reach 22 0F or minus 5.6 C (-5.6 0C) with snow fall 120 inches (3 m). On January, the temperature even lower at 9.3 0F (-12.6 0C). Moreover, the Vermont is considered as the most rural state in the nation.

If you can adjust with “frozen” temperature, love snow, enjoy a quiet life and comfortable with rural area landscape, then Vermont might be good for you to move in. Settle permanently is required to get US$10 thousand subsidy.




  




12 comments:

  1. Moving to Vermont? You Will Get Pay for US$10K

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  2. Moving, to Vermont? You Will Get Pay for US$10K

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  3. Moving, Vermont?, You Will Get Pay for US$10K

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  4. Yes, you will get US$10 thousands for moving to Vermont

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  5. Moving to Vermont? You Will Get Pay for US$10K

    Decker Towers with 124 feet

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  6. Moving to Vermont? You Will Get Pay for US$10K
    State government proposed a budget for 100 people who eager to live in rural area start in 2019, another 100 in 2020.

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  7. Moving to Vermont? You Will Get Pay for US$10K

    Additional 20 each for consecutive years.

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  8. Moving to Vermont? You Will Get Pay for US$10K

    The new comers should do a non-government job.

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  9. On the surface, VT is idyllic.

    Beneath the surface, it is Liberal.

    My question.... How could VT maintain it's idyllic look, if it fully embraced its Liberal Viewpoint????

    It's viewpoint, embraces all immigrants. Homes are needed for all immigrants. Which would bring ugly public housing buildings. Do working Vermonters really want to pay the taxes needed, to build/maintain all those public housing buildings?

    All Social Care will be needed by all those immigrants. Do working Vermonters really want to pay the taxes, to pay for all those Social Welfare demands?

    Anyone can spout "high-falutin'" principals! Paying for their outcome, and living with it, is another matter.

    I would like to ask these questions, of every single person, living in VT.

    ✨🎄✨

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