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Question by  Buddy (13)

What is it like living in Uruguay?

I'm concerned about cost, standard of living, safety.


Answer by  patti (29325)

The cost of living is very low. There is much poverty, which results in a lot of crime in the urban areas. Rural life can be very primitive.


Answer by  Gingercakes (920)

Uruguay is a relatively stable country that would be a great place to visit. Crime is pretty low, in comparison to its neighbors. There is a problem with poverty, which can be to your advantage (low cost of living) or detriment (finding a job). It is a democracy. I would visit first before committing to living there.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

Uruguay is a third world country, with a lot of poverty, not a lot of well paying jobs, and high mortality rate.

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Answer by  Jan (166)

Uruguay is said to be similar to Europe, but much less expensive. Uruguay is reported to have a rather low crime rate, with most crimes being petty crimes.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Living expenses are cheaper, but you are paying a price for safety. It does not have a good safety record and police help is few and far between.


Answer by  Totty (-18)

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