The expert team at William Russell checked out several necessary aspects to search out the most effective country on the planet. They studied happiness levels, healthcare, employment opportunities, air quality and more.
Finland was officially named the world’s best country for expats after topping the list in quite a few aspects.
It made the highest spot for air and drinking water quality and cleanliness. The stunning Scandinavian country can also be the world’s happiest.
Finland has 40 incredible national parks filled with lakes, forests, meadows and a wide ranging coastline.
Winter could be freezing but can also be considered Finland’s most beautiful season, when snow sparkles on the trees.
It’s also the most effective season to identify the Northern Lights or go cross country skiing or snowshoeing.
Salaries are high for expat residents with a median income of $40,000 (£35,700) per capita.
Medical care is universal in Finland and the Nordic country has a highly regarded healthcare system.
Finland’s capital, Helsinki, is the preferred destination for expats and lots of people live in apartments.
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Even though it didn’t make the general top 10, Japan had the very best overall health rating of the countries surveyed.
It has the world’s longest life expectancy at 85 years as well and probably the most hospital beds per 1,000 people.
The Netherlands topped the list when it got here to employment with good job opportunities for expats.
Slovenia and Latvia drew in tenth place on the list and each have lower average salaries than countries towards the highest.