The thing about rent is that no matter where you live in the world, you can't escape paying it. Like taxes and a slower metabolism, it's just one of the pesky realities of adulthood. However, that's not to say that living in, say, Akron is even remotely as expensive as living in Hong Kong, but it's all relative, really.
And if you've ever wondered just how different your living situation might be if you moved somewhere else, you're going to want to check out this fascinating new chart that ranks the average rental prices in 540 cities around the world from lowest to highest.
Is it just us, or does Greece seem like the place to be?