Ever dreamed of packing up and living abroad for a life full of adventure? Or, perhaps you've considered it for a job or a better quality of life. If so, the first question on your mind was probably where you should move. Thanks to a new study, it just got way easier to pick a place.
The team at Globehunters
, has analyzed 34 OECD countries based on 11 factors to reveal The Global Expat Index 2019
. The factors they used include everything from average income and cost of living to happiness and safety. They also factored in the cost of childcare and the expat population and community, which are especially important for families looking to move abroad.
Each country gets a score out of 10 based on the 11 factors for a total score out of 100. According to the study these are the 10 best countries to live abroad:
Norway made the top 10 list with an overall score of 65.29. It ranks third in the world for happiness levels and is also in the top 10 best countries for average income, medical costs, migrant acceptance and expat population.
Read our family guide to Norway