Expat life isn’t always easy. Not everyone thrives in the world’s more challenging cities. Many expats appreciate locations where it’s an easy adjustment, especially if they have families.
Good healthcare, education and transport, with low crime and lots of cultural opportunities are often top of the list. In Mercer’s Quality of Living Survey, 2017 once again sees cities in Europe dominate.
While the highest-ranking Asian city, Singapore takes first place for city infrastructure, the clear winner overall, for the 8th year in a row, is European.
In fact this years list mirrors last years list with one exception: Sydney, Australia now shares the number ten placement with newcomer to the list, Basel.
Question: If you had to live in another city outside of your country, which city would you choose?