Интересно, почему тогда все рвутся в Америку? :)))))
The latest survey of 4,127 expats in 100 different countries by HSBC has revealed that there are specifically 10 nations where professionals are currently earning much more than their peers in the UK – and so if you’d like to know which are the 10 best countries to work in abroad if you just want more money, read on!
We’ve based our findings purely on the basis of the average income enjoyed by the average expatriate located in the following 10 locations around the world, according to the wealth related findings of HSBC’s Expat Explorer survey. You may not like any of the nations suggested, alternatively you may not be able to find work in your profession in any of the nations cited. However, if you simply want to expatriate to chase more cash to enable your future financial dreams, here’s where you need to be headed: —
1) Singapore – almost half of the expatriates surveyed who were living and working in Singapore stated that they were earning over $200,000. What’s more, most expats benefit from the lower tax regime and enjoy a higher disposable income as a result. One of the largest employment sectors for expats in Singapore is finance – and most expats feel the economic situation locally is strong.
2) Russia – over one third of all professional expats in Russia report earning over $250,000 per annum, and the driving force for over three quarters of all foreign nationals working in the Russian Federation is to gain financially or in terms of career progression. It is seen as a short-term base, and one where expats can intensively save. Finance, construction and utilities are high employment areas.