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Germany, Bahrain and the UK named as top countries for expat career progression

by Ray Clancy on March 26, 2019

Germany, Bahrain and the UK are the best countries in the world for career minded expats with moving country to find a better job emerging as the top reason for changing country.

But it is the UK that is the top country for learning new skills, according to a new survey of 22,000 expats in 163 countries by HSBC which looks at the best places in the world to work.

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After the top three comes the United Arab Emirates, followed by Switzerland, Sweden, Singapore, the United States, Canada and then Hong Kong finishing off the top 10.

Expats ranked Germany as having the second-best working culture in the world, while almost three quarters (73%) highlight job security as a major perk of working there. It was also rated as the most productive workplace in the world. [click to continue…]

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