>>2457971>Gotta be USA. There's incredible variety in climate, politics, scenery, hobbies, etc. You can make good money there if you're competent. Taxes are reasonable
While I get the spirit of where this comment comes from and don't necessarily disagree, I will present the dissenting opinion.
That dissent hinges upon one fact: despite all of this diveristy, you will be choosing ONE physical location to live in. You won't be living long term across all of these.
Is USA a jack of all trades master of none?
For our racists out there, america has niggers and a lot of em. Our 1 megacity, NYC, is full of nigs. Asian cities will have better urban transportation options, better airports, cheaper taxis, and more.
Taxes: USA taxes are only reasonable compared to total tax shitholes like EU/canada, which I do admit are numerous. In 2 of our more desirable cities/states (NYC/california), you're looking at an instant +10% on your overall income tax rate.
hong kong, singapore, and most of the middle east tax mog the hell out of USA in terms of taxes.
Diversity of hobbies is probably the one true unequivocal win. We've got basically everything...but now that I think about it...how much does an individual care about every hobby being present? You probably have a couple you want to go deep into.
If your hobby is surfing, a lot of international destinations mog the hell out of USA surfing, barring the hawaii scene. Surfing in say....north carolina or florida exists, but it is jack of all trades tier.
Diversity of climate...sorta. We've got 2-3 real tropical options and the nicer ones are some of the most expensive places to live on the planet (hawaii/coastal california).
A ton of USA's landmass is some variant of Ohio's humid continental climate.
Whatever you do end up choosing, it's probably one of the most expensive variants of that setup in the world, although likewise the most developed.
We also house American Baby Boomers, which is a unique downside.