Monday, 8 October 2012

2012 Expat Explorer survey results out today!


We’re thrilled to reveal the latest findings of our biggest and most insightful survey yet. This is the fifth consecutive year we’ve run the survey and more than 5,300 of you - our biggest ever sample to date - found the time to fill out the questionnaire. We would like to say a huge thank you for sharing your experiences and making the survey a truly valuable resource for expats all over the world.

If you’re new to Expat Explorer, the survey covers a huge range of aspects of life abroad, from expat earning hotspots, quality of life indicators to raising children abroad. The full report is available here.

Over the next few days we’ll be blogging and tweeting about our findings too but to give a taster of what the results reveal, the Expat Explorer survey found that:
  • Southeast Asia is increasingly becoming the top destination for both financial opportunity and for quality of life. Singapore tops this year’s expat economics league table
  • Middle Eastern expats have strong outlook on the economy but only plan a short term stay due to closer ties to home
  • Despite economic concerns, European expats are willing to weather the Eurozone storm

If you want to see how your country fares, check out the league tables on our interactive tool.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this year’s findings – let us know using the comment box below or tweet us @expatexplorer

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