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Thailand, first place for a pleasure life - by Tony 10/11/2010 @ 12:59

EXPATRIATION - Thailand overtakes Canada
Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Thailand tops the country in which to leave the country, as ranked by 2010 from the HSBC bank.
Bahrain and Canada completed the podium. France obtained the sixth place


Study 2010 * HSBC Expat Experience covers the installation of expatriates from 100 different countries in their new countries, their integration into local society and their quality of life there. 29 criteria were considered as school finance, health care, food, the opportunity to travel the country, making friends, to adapt to local culture. ...

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This year, Thailand climbs on top of the podium (first country for the quality of life, 3rd and 4th for the installation to integration). For the quality of life, the country being honored are Bahrain (2nd), South Africa (3rd) and Canada (4th).
81% of expatriates believe that the main benefit of an international assignment is to broaden his horizons and gain new experiences.
For 66% of them, expatriation has improved the quality of life.

Financial gains or quality of life
It's in the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China) that expatriation is the most difficult. Expatriates feel than living is a challenge, particularly as regards the health system and travel. India is the last of the 25 countries listed, just before the Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Russia, however, were popular among expatriates to give a boost to their careers and their pay (see our article: Want to make a fortune? Go to Moscow!). In fact 57% of respondents having left behind their country due to a career opportunity and an increase in their purchasing power, two reasons "are rarely associated with a better quality of life," says the study. Only Bahrain and Bermuda arriving to reconcile, however, financial gains and quality of life and are well ordered on both counts.

And France?
France is ranked 6th in this study. It is the country that older retired from professional life in choosing priority for happy days (21% of expatriates who settle in France do specifically for their retirement). Our country is put forward for inclusion (2nd of 25). Foreigners are particularly appreciate our food and our culture. However, it is not so easy to install. Many expatriates are pointing the finger at the barriers they face in entering the territory: 11th out 25 for ease of installation, 18th place for health care coverage but also rank 15th in the difficulties to get used to work culture in France.

Source: lepetitjournal.com / Written by Marie Pierre Parlange

* Study conducted from April 26 to June 7, 2010 with 4,127 expatriates from 100 different countries.
You can download the full report (Rapport in the download section. (In English). expatexperienceresults2010.


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