Learn about the expatriate market

It takes one to know one. And we know the expat market.

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Nicholas Brooke

Nicholas Brooke

Incubate Collective Impact with The Synergist.org

I consider I am very lucky to be founding JobsinHubs.com together with Adrianne who is activating JobsinStockholm.com. 

She has a true communication talent to get out there, engage the community and generate buzz. Networking is her hobby and she manages to create a lot of impact using social or Web2.0 type of communication channel. She clearly makes your communication happen in such a way that everybody is talking about you. Most of the time you just gonna end up asking yourself how she did such a performance…

“Walk the talk” is Adrianne’s signature and her positive, hyper dynamic and enthusiast attitude just makes her a very enjoyable and performing team mate.

In 2006, We launched JobsinStockholm for English speaking professionals in Sweden and followed up with the Stockholm Expat blog.

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In addition to our way with words through storytelling to engage, the AGCG Advertising Network is your path to placing your products and services in front of Internet savvy expatriates.

HSBC Bank produces an excellent yearly survey. Read the 2017 report.

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International Life Offers Financial Uplift

We moved to develop our financial circumstances.– Australian expat living in Malaysia, age 56.

Across the globe, 52% of expats say they can save more than they did in their home country and 57% have more disposable income than they did before they moved. Both figures have remained relatively stable over the last three years.

In Saudi Arabia, for example, the considerable increase in income helps around three-quarters of expats save more than they did at home (79%) and enjoy the benefits of more disposable income (73%).

Similarly, in Switzerland, more than seven in ten expats (72%) have a greater level of disposable income because of their move

It is easy to see why this is the best expat destination economically for the third consecutive year. Indeed, alongside a boost in their personal finances, 89% of expats are confident about the local economy compared with 53% globally (up from 48% last year).

expatriate marketNorway is in second place for economics and Germany is holding third place.

Meanwhile, there can be a gap between the earnings of expats who have arrived in a particular country and those who have left that country for an expat life elsewhere.

The Swiss overseas bring in USD131,000, for example. Though well above the global average, it is still USD62,000 more modest an income than those who have travelled to Switzerland from elsewhere

Japanese nationals based overseas earn an average of USD166,000 while expats who have moved to Japan earn an average of USD127,000.

The largest difference, our data suggests, is in China. Those who have arrived in China from overseas command an average income of USD171,000 while those who have moved abroad from the country have an income of around USD79,000.

The 2017 Expat Explorer survey is a global survey completed by 27,587 expats across the world. The research was conducted online by YouGov in March and April 2017. League tables are calculated using responses to 27 of the questions asked in the research. A minimum sample of 100 expat respondents including at least 30 expat parents is required for a country to be included in the league tables.

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