A new study releases its report that the United Arab Emirates is the world’s 3rd much loved destination of British emigrants.
At NatWest International Personal Banking Quality of Life Report, Australia took the 1st position, followed by Canada and UAE comes on the 3rd rank. Last 2010, the country placed on 10th.
The survey participated by 1,800 British expatriates globally who responds on the questions about their outlook, reason for transferring as well as staying and lifestyle practice on the host country.
Other factors that the survey considered are availability of consumer goods culture, education, entertainment, environment, food, health care, housing, law enforcement, transportation and weather.
Majority replied that moving to Australia is beneficiary for them because of sunshine and health; while three quarters of the 149 Briton respondents in UAE said that it’s more on the career opportunities with high proceeds and tax-free salaries.
92% say that the country is for transitory living and has still plans to return to UK in the future.
On a statement, the NatWest International Personal Banking says,
“The most notable shift in our Quality of Life results this year was the rise of the UAE as an expat destination. The once loved traditional expat communities of France, Spain and Portugal are diminishing, with quality of life drastically reducing for expats living there, making way for newcomers such as UAE and Singapore. It seems expats are willing to adjust their lifestyle in exchange for a stronger economy and better job opportunities.”