There are countries on earth that are ready to support people who have moved to their lands. But to do this, you need to follow the established requirements! I wonder how?
Town in Spain: Asturias
In the province of Asturias is the small village of Ponga, located in the northeastern part of Spain. This is a very old settlement where very hospitable people live. And the government, in order to improve the economic and demographic situation of the settlement, wants to pay € 3 thousand to any married couple - you just need to move to their lands. And when there are offspring, they will provide money for each child.
Bormid in northern Italy
In Italy, real estate is sold literally at the cost of a cup of coffee! And in the village of Bormida in the province of Savona, there is an even more profitable offer: the authorities lure residents by offering a fee of € 2 thousand, rent cheap housing for € 50-120 per month. These measures have contributed to the relocation of many people, especially those who work remotely, since in this settlement there is almost no work "on the ground".
Previously, the city of Detroit was known as the "Paris of the West" and the "Automobile Capital of the United States". Now that everything has calmed down, the authorities want to return to their former fame. To do this, the Challenge Detroit project was created, the essence of which is to attract specialists from different professions. If an expert in any business decides to live and work in Detroit, he will be paid $ 2.5 thousand and will be helped in adaptation.
The village of Maxima in Japan
There is a small village in Japan called Maxima. There are a total of 400 inhabitants. Now there is a need to attract young people to the already aging population: all those who dare to move want to give $ 840 and in the first three years after the move pay every month. The young population shuns these three islands, because they do not see any opportunities - there is no place to have fun and almost nothing to do. The only way out is to develop our own agriculture.
The province of Saskatchewan invites specialists who have recently received a diploma. They are called to work in the village for 7 years, and as assistance they will give 20,000 Canadian dollars.
Australia's Matsiker Island
There is also a shortage of population on Matsiker Island, whose area is only 1.86 km². On the territory of the settlement, the mover will be given a home and provided with a workplace. Of course, the work there is also specific: to monitor the local lighthouse, to conduct meteorological research, to serve the lands of the district and buildings. Not suitable for everyone - this is only for those who like to retire to nature and meditate.
Pitcairn Islands in the South Pacific
Life on the islands involves seclusion. Not an exception is the island of Pitcairn in the South Pacific, near New Zealand, where 50 people live. They have a lot of land, so they provide it to everyone who moves, guarantee support for the time of adaptation. Of course, there are many disadvantages: for example, products can be purchased only in one store, and then it works three days a week. For residents of the city there are no usual amenities, but the inhabitants of the island enjoy the landscape and beaches all year round.