These are the best countries in the world for living and jobs
The annual increase in salary in Switzerland, famous worldwide for beautiful high mountains, was up to $ 61,000.
Do you know which is the best country to live and work in the world?
The answer is Singapore. This information has been received from HSBC survey. According to HSBC's annual expat explorer report, Singapore is the best place in the world in terms of living and working. He has achieved this title for the eighth consecutive year.
Singapore has achieved this rank, surpassing New Zealand, Germany and Canada. Switzerland ranks eighth on this list. He has lost his edge due to high expenses in raising children and difficulties in making friends. Employment abroad increases the average salary of employees by $ 21,000. The countries with the highest salary of employees include Switzerland, USA and Hong Kong.
According to HSBC survey, 45 percent foreign employees said that they get more salary from their current job. 28 per cent of the people surveyed admitted that they had changed jobs for promotion. The annual increase in salary in Switzerland, famous worldwide for beautiful high mountains, was up to $ 61,000. The average salary of foreign employees was $ 2,03,000 annually, which is double the global average.
HSBC said, "Singapore offers everything a foreign worker would normally expect to someone." Sweden tops the world in terms of gender equality. New Zealand, Spain and Taiwan are ahead of other countries in terms of better living experience.
22,318 people participated in this survey. This showed that people go abroad for jobs for cultural, financial and professional benefits. However, it also showed that even today in terms of jobs abroad, women lag behind men on many parameters. There was an increase of about 27 percent in the income of women from working abroad.
Only 25 percent of the women decided to get a job abroad for career advancement. In the case of men, this rate was 47 percent. The average annual salary of women was also $ 42,000 less than that of men.