Vietnam ranked #14 among the best countries for expats after InterNations draws on its 3.2 million members and surveys over 18,000 expats people from 178 nationalities living in 187 countries or territories.
According to a report on atlasandboots.com, there are an estimated 57 million expatriates across the globe with the term ‘expat’ no longer limited to corporate employees relocating from a company’s headquarters. Instead, more and more expats are moving overseas in search of a dream. Some have remote jobs and are now working from a location they love. InterNations’ latest survey looks at how expats’ motivations for moving are changing where they go.
InterNations uses its members’ answers to rank 68 destinations on how expat residents feel towards their home away from home. The survey uses 48 individual factors that influence an expat’s experience of living in a foreign country including safety and security, family life, finances, travel and transport options, ease of settling in and average working hours.
Let’s take a look at the results
While there has been change at the top of the ranking, at the bottom it’s the usual suspects. Seven out of the 10 worst-rated countries were already in the bottom 10 in 2017.