Canada scored the top ranking in the HSBC Bank’s second survey of expatriate workers as the best place to land a job and make a life for those seeking employment abroad. Australia also ranked high, but Britain was considered a tough place to fit in. And money isn’t the big factor in expat happiness. “What is clear,” said an HSBC spokeswoman, “is that the locations where salaries may not be as high, such as Canada and Australia, are where expats are really enjoying not only an increased quality of life but are also finding it easy to fit in to their new communities.”
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