Tag Archives: 2016

International Hardship Premium Locations 2016

Xpatulator’s hardship ranking system measures the relative quality of living in each locations, and assesses the level of difficulty that will be experienced in adapting to each location. The ratings for hardship are classified into four main groups, the first … Continue reading

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International City Cost of Living 2016 for Expatriate Professional Migrants

The top ten most expensive cities in the world comprise three from Asia-Pacific (Hong Kong (1); Singapore (4); Tokyo (8)), three from Africa (Luanda (2); Asmara (3); Kinshasa (10)), three from Europe (Zurich (5); Geneva (6); Oslo(7)), and one from … Continue reading

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International Hardship Premium Locations 2016

Hardship refers to the relative difference an expatriate and their family are likely to experience and the relative impact on their lifestyle when moving between different locations. In assessing how much to pay an expatriate, it is important to take … Continue reading

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International City Cost of Living 2016 for Expatriate Professional Migrants

Hong Kong is the most expensive city in the world for an expatriate professional migrant to live in 2016. The top ten most expensive cities in the world comprise three from Asia-Pacific (Hong Kong (1); Singapore (4); Tokyo (8)), three … Continue reading

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International Transport Cost of Living 2016

The 2016 top 20 most expensive expatriate places for transport items such as fuel (petrol/gasoline), public transport, vehicle purchase and maintenance: 1. Asmara 2. Oslo 3. Zurich 4. London 5. Copenhagen 6. Geneva 7. Banjul 8. Yokohama 9. Osaka 10. … Continue reading

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Country Cost of Living Comparison 2016

South Sudan is the most expensive country in the world for expats in 2016 due to the extremely high cost of maintaining a secure, expatriate style, standard of living and importing goods in the world’s newest country. The economy of … Continue reading

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