The UAE is one of the best country to work in 2018, and particularly two of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Just 9% of UAE residents are born in the country, providing the Emirates with a rich and diverse culture. Those in search of Abu Dhabi jobs will enjoy many benefits in the UAE, including non-taxable income, high employment standards, opportunities to travel the world and over 2,000 hours of sunshine every year.
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The Spanish Marine industry is booming, making it ideal for engineers. Spain is known for making newcomers feel welcome, with over 80% of immigrants to the country saying that they were happy with their social lives. Spain is becoming increasingly popular with migrant and ex-pat workers, with 90% of all people who move to Spain reporting high levels of satisfaction and happiness.
Global bank HSBC reveals that, ‘Expats in Britain are among the most likely in the world to pick up new skills compared to their home country (64%) and progress their career (62%).’
UK employment is predicted to rise over the next few years, with another 600,000 people forecast to be in work by 2022. The National Living Wage is also predicted to increase by 4.4% in April 2018 – from £7.50 an hour to £7.83 – meaning those working in the UK will be better off financially. The UK Government are investing over £100 million in UK engineering and technology, offering innovative engineering projects and a larger variety of work for engineers who move to the UK.
Working in Japan opens up an adventurous new lifestyle, with the opportunity to discover cutting-edge technology and explore the beautiful Japanese islands. Japan provides a high quality of life and can offer some of the best benefits packages in the world, putting Japan on the list of best countries to work in 2018.
Despite being one of the smallest countries in Europe, Luxembourg offers low unemployment, high wages, and a very low crime rate. Jobs in Luxembourg involve a 30-hour working week – far lower than many countries around the world – and are global leaders in a variety of industries, including construction, metals, engineering, technology and telecommunications.
As the third largest country in the world (behind Russia and Canada) the United States of America has a wealth of land and space to accommodate new workers and their families. The US climate ranges from low temperatures and snowfall in Alaska to Mediterranean and tropical climates in Southern Florida and Hawaii. America is home to many of the world’s leading businesses across industries and accounts for 25 percent of the World GDP, presenting the US as a viable financial opportunity and one of the best countries to work in 2018.
Singapore is 10th on the list of best countries to work in 2018. Singapore presents a wealth of opportunities for career progression in many different jobs. 62% of expats in said they had made progress in their careers whilst living and working in Singapore, and 53% of expats working in Singapore said they felt more fulfilment in their jobs.
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