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THE BEST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES FOR EXPATS

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Are you considering starting a new life in a different country? We’ve compiled a list of four of the most popular areas to reside in Europe. They all provide excellent job prospects as well as a healthy work-life balance. It’s now or never to schedule your flights!

DENMARK

Denmark is frequently referred to as the happiest country on the planet, and for good reason. There is a good mix of work and family life, as well as high educational standards and a dynamic corporate environment. Plus, a vibrant metropolis or the lovely Danish countryside are never more than a 30-minute drive away. As a result, it’s a good choice for working expats.

GERMANY

When one thinks about Germany, two words spring to mind: efficiency and punctuality. Yes, there are stereotypes, but you’ll probably find living and working in to be a neat and tidy environment. Clean public spaces (save for Berlin’s abundant graffiti), immaculate parks, and plenty of bureaucracy are all advantages of German efficiency.

Germany has one of the lowest rates of youth unemployment in Europe, thanks in part to its apprenticeship programs. For families who wish to live and work in Germany, this is fantastic news. It’s also beneficial for families because it has shorter working hours than the UK and a stringent no-working regulation on Sundays.

ROMANIA

Romania offers a simple and convenient digital nomad visa program to boost the local economy and attract tech talent to the country’s hubs.

In comparison to the United States or other EU neighbors, Romania’s cost of living is extremely low. The country is one of the best places for a longer stay as a digital nomad, with outdoor activities, coworking spaces, various IT clusters and the fastest internet connection in the world.

THE NETHERLANDS are a country in the European Union.

The Netherlands is one of the most popular places to live and work in Europe. Expats account for roughly 19 percent of the country’s population, with the majority of them residing in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Utrecht. It’s a really tolerant and liberal society where almost anything goes, which makes it a very simple place to acclimate to. Because the majority of individuals understand English, making new friends is simple.

In terms of employment, the Netherlands offers several chances in finance, insurance, information technology, and telecommunications. Most jobs require you to be fluent in English and some Dutch, so brush up on your language skills before you start looking for work.

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