Portugal and Spain have the best quality of life in the world, reckon expats, with last year’s favourite Taiwan in between.
Young Brits are eager for international study and work experience, reveals a new report produced by Demos and Ipsos Mori for the British Council.
PeoplePerHour’s Nomad Index, ranking cities worldwide for digital nomads, shows surprising results. How is Bangkok sixth, and Chiang Mai nowhere to be seen?
Smaller cities are best for launching a startup, according to a PeoplePerHour index, with liveability and living costs having something to do with it.
It might have one of the world’s highest costs of living, but Tokyo can do no wrong: it was named world’s most liveable city by culture tome Monocle again.