1) High income opportunities
Expats based in Singapore, generally earn high incomes as it is the second-highest country by GDP in the world. It was reported by the Business Times that 50% of expats enjoy more disposable income living in Singapore than they would in their home country. Despite the price of rent and housing being higher, it’s evident that the income provided well makes up for this.
2) Job opportunities
Singapore is a financial capital of the world with a high demand for jobs in finance, business, technology and more. Singapore is known for its large start-up scene and its remarkable easiness of doing business. If being your own boss is on your bucket list, then Singapore is the place to be.
Conscious about making a positive impact on the environment? Singapore shares the same values as you. It’s been labelled a green country – and you’ll see why when you get there. Many buildings in Singapore are covered in greenery, most famously the Gardens by the Bay which is a must-see attraction.
Singapore has one of the highest-ranked education systems across the globe. Ranked #2 in the world for student ability at reading, maths and science, Singapore’s education system focuses on teacher quality. Their schools invest heavily in recruiting the best teachers, leading to outstanding results from students. International schools are popular in Singapore, so if you have a family, then you should seriously consider moving to Singapore.
5) A great place for family life
Apart from its highly esteemed education system, Singapore is a great place to raise a family for other reasons too. It’s one of the cleanest countries in the world and is famous for its zero-tolerance policy for chewing gum and littering in general. On top of this, it’s incredibly safe, so you can be sure that your children will grow up in a safe city.
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