Even though Hungarian workers are willing to leave the country for better opportunities, more money, or to just try out themselves in a new environment, nlcafe.hu writes that the foreigners who come to Hungary pretty much love working here.
Many people, especially those working away from their home countries, regard it crucially important to find the balance between work and private life. Luckily for them, there are several countries where employers help making it possible to live such a life.
To find out which places those are, Business Insider shares the list lining up the Top 13 countries foreign people fancy working in. The survey of InterNations analysed the countries based on 43 aspects to see which places are the most pleasant for expat labourers.
Participants of the research could evaluate the countries on a scale of 1-7 and according to the results, Hungary is the seventh most pleasant country to work in as a foreign worker. Interestingly though, the TOP 13 does not include England, Ireland, or the US, which places otherwise seem to be rather popular destinations for people who choose to work abroad.
The list of the TOP 13 thus is as follows:
- New Zealand
- the Czech Republic
- Costa Rica
Last year, however, Hungary was not included in the TOP 19, whereas Taiwan – being the fifth this time – was chosen the best country for expats. Similarities between the two years can be seen too, as New Zealand, Costa Rica, Australia, Austria, Luxembourg, the Czech Republic, and Germany are mentioned.
But over a year, Canada, Vietnam, Mexico, Ecuador, and Malta seems to have lost something regarding attracting expats to their labour market, for these countries are missing from the TOP 13 of 2017.
Source: nlcafe.hu, businessinsider.com