Best Country to Move to for Expats Named – Not Spain | Travel News | To travel
Brits who dream of overseas may wonder which country is the best for expats. Some of the most popular countries for British expats are Spain and France, but none of these European countries made the list.
Most expats are happy with their jobs, feel secure in their careers, and have confidence in the local economy.
Expats in Taiwan are also happy with life in general, with 80% content about where they are.
Taiwan was also found to be affordable, and the quality of medical care was excellent, according to 96% of expats.
One expat said, “The Taiwanese healthcare system really sees people as human beings instead of just numbers. “
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Taiwan has also been praised for its safety, with no expatriate feeling personally in danger in the country.
Most expats thought it was easy to make friends and Taiwan led the rankings for friendliness.
But all was not perfect in Taiwan either, with Facebook user Joseph Nickalo saying, “I’ve been surprised at how many companies turn a person away just because they don’t want a foreigner. I guess they think we’re in too much trouble. I think it’s illegal in the US so I wasn’t expecting it, but I understand, I guess.
The second best country for expats was Mexico.
While the country was at its lowest in terms of safety and security, it more than made up for “the culture and friendliness of the local population”.
In third place was Costa Rica.
The country has proven to be excellent for its quality of life, friendliness and natural environment.
All this has contributed to 88% of expats being satisfied with their life in Costa Rica.
However, Costa Rica was neglected by its transport system.
One expat said: “The traffic is terrible because of bad drivers, bad roads and poor infrastructure. “
Top 10 countries for expats
3. Costa Rica
6. New Zealand