Presently in the present, it is true that the UK is the best-paying nation to work in, and unemployment is very low. Brexit could impact work possibilities in the UK and particularly for foreigners. The shortage of skilled workers is a major issue within the UK, and businesses are looking
for high-skilled professionals from across the globe to work in the UK.
Despite not being the richest country in the world, the Netherlands has a rather stable economy. It has managed to attract massive inventions and investments from both the local and international scenes, and this is what makes the country prosperous.
With several growing sectors such as agriculture, information technology, logistics, health care, manufacturing, and the energy sector, competent people are always in high demand in the Netherlands, resulting in a large number of job openings.
Known for its natural beauty, Sweden offers one of the best qualities of life in the world, with excellent public services and a national commitment to a good work-life balance – according to the OECD index for work-life balance the country comes second, with its people spending more than
15 hours per day at leisure or sleeping. However, Sweden is an expensive economy, housing can be difficult to secure and the Swedes themselves can initially be hard to get to know.
Canada has always been one of the best countries to work in as an expat. Today Canada still proves to be a cherished destination for professionals seeking both lifestyle and career advancement. If you are a highly skilled professional considering moving to Canada in
search of employment you can count on C$90,000 – 150,000 a year. Depending on your experience and field of expertise you can earn much more than the average. And although Canada is not really a big destination for a work assignment, we have put it on the list because it’s desperate for skilled immigrants.
Like the Netherlands, Belgium offers good access to wider Europe as well as high living standards and excellent public services, all of which attract inward investment and workers. The OECD Better Life Index says that Belgium offers a high quality of housing, income,
employment, and education. Belgium is also considered a safe place to live.
If you are being relocated to France by your company, you can expect an average value of an expat package for middle managers about $255,288 per year. If it proves difficult to negotiate a full expat package, don’t despair. Even without additional benefits, you won’t
be disappointed: service professionals in France have an average gross annual income of $38,787 (£28,826). Management-level workers earn an average $247,183 (£183,703).