RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — A search has begun in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro for young people looking for homes, apartments and jobs.
The hunt is focused on Rio’s suburbs, with residents searching for the right places for young professionals who want to live independently and work independently in a place that is safe, healthy and affordable.
“We’re looking for young individuals who want a place where they can live independently.
It’s a place with good schools, good health care, good infrastructure, good food, good entertainment, and we want to give young people that option,” said Rafael Menezes, the head of the Rio metropolitan region’s housing agency, who added that he believes the search could last as long as a year.
The agency is looking for people between the ages of 20 and 30.
The search will be open to anyone who wants to move to Rio, but Menezers told The Associated Press on Monday that there will be some strict rules for prospective renters, as well as a requirement to have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree.
A job at the Rio metro is not a requirement.
Menezés said the agency is trying to find places that are within walking distance of the major highways and airports and that the people who make it to the job are not necessarily looking to live in a particular neighborhood.
There are currently around 2,300 apartments available in Rio de Portugal, with around 400 rentals available for those looking for a new home.
In Rio, Rio de São Paulo and Rio de Magalhães, people living in Rio’s northern suburbs are looking for apartments that offer the same kind of services as in the larger city.
The Rio metro includes many areas that have seen a rise in the number of violent crimes and crime-related deaths in recent years.
“This is a great time for us to open up and try to create a more sustainable future, because we’re going to be living in an age of austerity, in an era of extreme poverty,” Menezos said.
Méses said that the agency hopes to be able to help people who are seeking a place to live.
“The only way to achieve a sustainable future is to live, work and contribute to society,” he said.
“I want to offer the opportunity to all young people to take advantage of that opportunity, but we’re also here to make sure that this is the right time to move here.”