Expats rank Kuwait as the worst place in the GCC for expats

Kuwait Worst country for expats

Expats rank Kuwait as the worst place in the GCC for expats

The survey ranked Kuwait as the last in GCC and 35th worldwide in terms of the best country for expat life according to the Expat Explorer survey issued by HSBC bank. According to the 2016 survey, Kuwait fell back one notch from 34 to 35 among 45 world countries.

In the most recent Expat Explorer review by HSBC, Switzerland moved up five spots from a year ago and positioned fifth out of 45 nations generally. The nation positioned first among the most attractive goals for ostracizes with regards to work and budgetary prosperity.

Bahrain has been named the Middle East’s top goal for ostracizes, in front of the UAE, as per HSBC’s Expat Explorer 2016 report. Bahrain was positioned ninth internationally behind top entertainer Singapore, thanks to some degree to the relative straightforwardness with which expats can make new companions in the Gulf kingdom, HSBC said.

Generally, the UAE was set twelfth, in front of Oman (eighteenth), Qatar (29th), Saudi Arabia (31st) and Kuwait (35th).

Read more about what expats have to say about pros and cons of Kuwait.

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