It is first in terms of settling down, getting used to the local culture, and making new friends.Over four in ten expats (41%) say it is very easy to settle down in Malta, well over twice the global average of 16%.In the Personal Finance Index, Malta has made a quite significant jump, from 42nd to 6th place.One-quarter of respondents even quote complete satisfaction with their financial situation (global 15%).Malta fell from first place to fifth this year in the Working Abroad Index.
Taiwan is the only country in the top three with enough expats living abroad with their dependent children for it to feature in the Family Life Index, coming in 8th out of 45 countries.
27% in 2015), which is still slightly above the global average of 17%.
This is despite, or perhaps due to, the fact that 28% are part-time workers.
Overall, only half of expats in Ecuador are satisfied with their level of job security, just under the global average of 56%.
Even worse, only 6%, about one-third of the global average of 17%, believe the state of Ecuador’s economy to be very good.