Asian cities are among the highest in the world for cost of living, reveals the EIU, while London has slipped down the rankings due to Brexit.
Nordic countries dominate the UN’s World Happiness Report 2017, with Norway awarded top spot ahead of Denmark.
Vienna is named the world’s best city for quality of living by Mercer, coming top of a list dominated by Europe. Singapore is best for infrastructure.
Resilience and humour are just two personal characteristics that can help make a spell working abroad a success, according to a study by cut-e.
London has regained its crown as the world’s most innovative city, 2thinknow’s latest Innovation Cities index has revealed.