It’s not until you’re thinking about moving abroad that you suddenly realise just how many options there are. From The United Arab Emirates to the United States of America, from Ireland to Iceland, how do you know which expat destinations are best?
Arguably one of the most useful strategies is to consider the factors that are most important to you. For example, if you’re moving abroad for work, which countries offer the highest salaries to expats? Equally, the cheaper the costs of living in a destination country, the further your money will go anyway.
Let’s not also forget other factors such as climate, life expectancy and the general level of happiness within a certain country; all of these can be useful indicators to help you choose the best country to move to.
The real question is quite where you can find all this information to enable a reliable comparison between countries? In light of this, our team at Expatriate Healthcare went in search of the answers. We sourced research from some of the most reputable sources possible – from banks to official government statistics – and put it all together into one simple infographic.
In the image below you’ll find a comparison between some of the most popular expat destinations.
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