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The Netherlands ranked as the 11th most popular country in the world for expat living

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Expat Explorer Survey 2021

Expat Explorer paints a picture of growing global confidence.

“For 14 years, HSBC has commissioned Expat Explorer: one of the longest running studies examining the lives of those who relocate abroad.

The 2021 survey is broadest look at expat living to date, with expats from a record-breaking 46 countries and regions sharing their views.

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The survey commissioned by HSBC Expat and conducted by a third party research company YouGov, 20,460 expats based in over 46 countries and regions were questioned in April and May 2021.

A recent survey conducted by British bank HSBC found that, while Europe may not be the most popular expat destination, the Netherlands ranked as the 11th most popular country in the world for expat living. 

According to the 2021 HSBC Expat Explorer Survey, the favourite destinations amongst the international expat community are:

New Zealand
United Arab Emirates
Isle of Man
The Netherlands

The UK, Italy, and Turkey occupied the bottom three spots in this year’s ranking.

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