Surprisingly, some countries which have experienced violent political events in the past 12 months still rank in the top ten in terms of experience, with Egypt taking the second place, followed by Saudi Arabia.
The full 2011 Expat Explorer survey results are coming in November, but we can reveal a few initial findings from the largest global expat survey of its kind in the world. This is the fourth year of the survey and despite some significant global events in the past year – from economic turmoil to widespread political and social unrest – 3,385 expats from over 100 countries have taken part.
Top three countries
This year’s number one country is Thailand when compared globally across economic and lifestyle factors, with Egypt and Saudi Arabia ranking second and third.
Seven new countries added
Whilst Bermuda did not make it into this year’s survey, 7 new countries have: Turkey, New Zealand, Brazil, Italy, Egypt, Vietnam & Japan, meaning that this year’s survey now covers 31 countries around the world
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