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Bad economy ruined your job prospects? Wait it out in Buenos Aires

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Tango dancers in the working-class neighborhood of La Boca (Photo by Ryan Auer)

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An increasing number of young internationals are moving to Buenos Aires. Driven away from their homelands by a lack of job prospects, they are pulled in by the city's great night life, cheap education, and low cost of living. But when they arrive they find mixed results: low cost of living, but very few opportunities to make enough money to stay. As a result many expats are cutting their stays short.