How much do you need to earn to have a similar or better standard of living in another country? We discuss cost of living, quality of life and issues that impact expats. And offer International cost of living index comparison and expat salary calculators.
Sunday, February 23, 2020
What is the most expensive country in the world for Expatriates in 2020?
Zimbabwe is the most expensive country for Expatriates to live in due to the current economic crisis. Hong Kong is the second most expensive country due to the very high cost of housing and healthcare. Singapore is the third most expensive country. Singapore\'s education system, which is widely regarded as the best in the world, is also the most expensive for expatriates when priced in US Dollars.
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Friday, February 21, 2020
Asia Pacific Expat Cost of Living Comparison 2020
Asia Pacific has 3 cities in the top 10 most expensive cities in the world. The Cost of Living Index (COLI) for cities in Asia Pacific is the result of dividing each locations cost of living by the cost of living in New York NY (USA) using all 13 basket groups. New York therefore has a COLI of 100 for global comparison purposes.
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Tuesday, February 18, 2020
What is most expensive city in America in 2020?
San Francisco CA is the most expensive location in the Americas as at January 2020. American countries and cities are extremely diverse ranging from the most developed, wealthy and technologically advanced, through to some of the poorest and least developed in the world, with a corresponding wide range in local cost of living.
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Saturday, February 8, 2020
Africa Expat Cost of Living Comparison 2020
The top 10 most expensive cities in Africa for an Expat as at January 2020. Overall African countries are some of the poorest and least developed in the world, with relatively low local cost of living expenses; however the cost of importing and transporting the international standard of goods that expatriates expect to purchase in the cities in this region makes it extremely expensive to maintain the lifestyle that they are used to.
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