Taiwan: The Most Popular Destination For Expats

November 22, 2021 | xpath.global

Taiwan Tops Expat Satisfaction

For the third consecutive year, Taiwan has claimed the title of the world’s top destination for expats. According to the InterNations 2021 Expat Insider survey, which polled over 12,000 individuals living and working abroad, Taiwan emerged as the leader in expat satisfaction. But what about other countries in the ranking?

Diverse Expat Preferences Across Nations

The survey, conducted by InterNations, a global expat network with over four million members, delved into various aspects of expat life, including quality of life, ease of settling in, working conditions, personal finance, and cost of living. Alongside Taiwan, countries like Mexico, Costa Rica, Malaysia, Portugal, and New Zealand also featured prominently in the rankings.

Covid-19’s Impact on Expatriate Life

However, the survey also shed light on the significant influence of the Covid-19 pandemic on expatriate experiences. With 45% of respondents indicating that the pandemic has affected their lifestyle or relocation intentions, its impact has been profound. Despite this disruption, a resilient 46% of affected expats still plan to resume their international lives within the year.

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In summary, while Taiwan maintains its position as the top expat destination, the global expat landscape reflects diverse preferences and experiences, influenced in no small part by the ongoing challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. As expatriates navigate these uncertainties, their adaptability and resilience continue to shape their journeys abroad.

Source: relocatemagazine.com

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