I'd still rather pay less for my medical insurance - Especially since the patents I'm paying for are being ignored on both my Canadian and Mexican borders. But socialism and capitalism are both nice ideas in theory. I just think that the US & Cuba are bad examples on either side. I'd love to find a country that's figured out how they should be balanced and needs a MSEE grad with PM experience that can look past a late-night semi-inebriated
I recommend moving to Italy. It's living the good life. The food is fantastic; healthcare is good in my experience, even though somewhat chaotic at times (as is the rest of public life). But it's largely paid for by public funds. The government is as moronic as that of the US, but at least they are so inept at getting things done that you get a lot less BS to put up with as a citizen. I love the overall experience - and I moved here from one of those well-organized northern-European countries.
I don't know about the MSEE part, but if you're good at what you do, you'll find a spot. And the philosophy here is to think less about work and more about living!