Britain and US sink in ranking of best places for expats

  • 📰 The Straits Times
  • ⏱ Reading Time:
  • 37 sec. here
  • 2 min. at publisher
  • 📊 Quality Score:
  • News: 18%
  • Publisher: 63%

Singapore Headlines News

Singapore Latest News,Singapore Headlines

LONDON (BLOOMBERG) - The UK now ranks as less politically stable than Greece or Egypt, and the US isn't far behind, according to an extensive global survey of expatriates.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

LONDON - The UK now ranks as less politically stable than Greece or Egypt, and the US isn't far behind, according to an extensive global survey of expatriates.

The survey is conducted annually by Munich-based InterNations, a network of 3.6 million expatriates. More than 20,000 of them, including retirees, students, executives and skilled workers, were asked to rate the places they live on a variety of metrics. The US has also seen its reputation plummet as a destination for foreigners, according to the survey. As recently as 2014, expats rated the country as the fifth-most desirable place to move. It ranks 47th this year.

"There's often prejudice against foreign people," a Mexican expat in the US said in the InterNations survey."I've lived in both 'blue' and 'red' states, and there's not much of a difference."

 

Thank you for your comment. Your comment will be published after being reviewed.
Please try again later.
We have summarized this news so that you can read it quickly. If you are interested in the news, you can read the full text here. Read more:

 /  🏆 8. in SG

Singapore Latest News, Singapore Headlines

Similar News:You can also read news stories similar to this one that we have collected from other news sources.

US: Wall St opens lower as US-China trade tensions weigh[NEW YORK] US stocks fell broadly at the open on Tuesday, as Washington's new round of tariffs on some Chinese goods kicked in and after a report that officials from both sides were struggling to decide on the schedule for a meeting this month. Read more at The Business Times.
Source: BusinessTimes - 🏆 15. / 51 Read more »

US government gives states nearly US$2 billion to combat opioid crisisThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said on Wednesday it will offer states more than US$1.8 billion in new funding to fight the ...
Source: ChannelNewsAsia - 🏆 6. / 66 Read more »

US Open shocks show depth of talent, says LaverThe triumph of the underdogs at the U.S. Open this week shows the sport is in good health, according to Australian great Rod Laver.
Source: ChannelNewsAsia - 🏆 6. / 66 Read more »

Worsening Hong Kong crisis darkens clouds over US-China talksWASHINGTON - The worsening situation in Hong Kong, with increasingly violent pro-democracy protests and increasing threats from the government of China, will further cloud United States-China trade talks expected to take place in the US this month (September).. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Source: The Straits Times - 🏆 8. / 63 Read more »

Iran rules out direct US talksPresident Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday ruled out holding any bilateral talks with the United States and threatened to further cut Iran's commitments to a nuclear deal within days. Iran and three European countries -- Britain, France and Germany -- have been trying to save the landmark agreement reached
Source: YahooSG - 🏆 3. / 71 Read more »

Serena flies into semi-final, claims 100th US Open winNEW YORK: Serena Williams claimed her 100th win at the U.S. Open in style on Tuesday, dismantling her quarter-final opponent Wang Qiang 6-1 6-0 in ...
Source: ChannelNewsAsia - 🏆 6. / 66 Read more »