With the rising prices and the slowly rising economic conditions, the American dream has been becoming more and more of a dream itself lately. But this cannot solely be attributed to the rising prices; many people are making different lifestyle choices now. They want more and more to settle down to less expensive and less crowded neighborhoods.
In this infographic “Is the American Dream Still Attainable” you will learn why the American dream is becoming more of a dream and what is contributing to these effects. Many people are also relocating because of a job transfer – of course this is not uncommon. About 16% of the ones where surveyed, said that they had to relocate because of employment reasons. This is something which one cannot choose or avoid – lifestyle can be chosen or avoided. So there you have the luxury of living life outside of the city.
Families are shifting to the cheaper countryside, where they can make a quieter and more peaceful life. Of course, having a cheaper lifestyle adds to the perk of having more savings and enjoying mroe riches. So people are smartly shifting their bases. But this cannot be solely attributed to a lifestyle choice either, may people are doing it out of their free will simply because they cannot further maintain the pressures of living in the city.
People are finding it more and more difficult to make a living and keep the American dream alive. There will come a day when people will forget what the American dream actually is.
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More and more it seems that the American Dream is becoming more of a fantasy. With the economy and housing market still down in the dumps, families are moving inland so they can afford to live. The following infographic helps to break down the most efficient ways to still live the American Dream.