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.
Nestpick has revealed the best cities worldwide for Millennials to relocate to, on the basis of factors that include beer pricing and internet speeds.
Great news for coffee-lovers everywhere: Melbourne has been named world’s most liveable city by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Fancy a move to Juba (you might have to Google it)? It’s said to be the most expensive city in the world for expats. Here are the results of the latest Cost of Living survey.