Want to move abroad? Where is a good place to go?
Making the decision to move to a new country and make a fresh start is no easy task. You have to adapt to a new culture, new people and more often than not a new language. Many people find it hard, but what can make it even harder is if you can’t decide on the country that’s right for you.
There are a number of questions that need answering before you move. What are the schools like, do they have good healthcare, how easy is it to find a job there and will it be expensive? A handful of countries around the world stand out for their reputation to provide these to expats better than others. The problem is things are constantly changing and it’s sometimes difficult to weigh up all the pros and cons.
That’s why we have rolled up our sleeves to try and put together something that can help make that choice easier. We’ve tried to avoid all the stereotypical graphs and statistics that can more often than not leave you more confused and indecisive than before you started your search for a new home country.
The result? We have produced an awesome infographic that compares what we believe to be 10 of the best countries in the world for expats in 2018 and all the information had been compiled in a way that’s easy to digest.
Infographic by expatriatehealthcare.com
Some great advice in these articles. I’ve been an expat teacher and librarian for twenty plus years. I’ve blogged about my experiences of living and working abroad. I now have a foot in the expat and the home country door and live between Thailand and the UK. Take a look at my pieces on raising a family overseas. http://www.sallyflint.com. I’m available for freelance writing on expat living.