What are the easiest countries for Americans to move to and work?
The expat life is becoming increasingly charming to more and more Americans, with many people growing wary of the American lifestyle. Thanks to advances in modern communication and travel technologies, becoming an expatriate no longer means cutting off all ties with people back home or waiting for ages to get letters responded to. It no longer means you’d have to wait ‘til retirement or to give up a lucrative career just to enjoy living in an entirely different country either. The international business community now has a more promising, more diverse workforce that makes living abroad as doable as it is as exciting.
Of course, the opportunities for American expats in every country are not equal. Just because your American passport can take you to basically any trip in the world does not mean you should take your entire life and household to it. Some countries are made for American expats, and some are better off of any travel itinerary altogether. Unsurprisingly, some of the countries on this list are also on our list of the 10 Easiest Countries to Immigrate to.
We have used suggestions from HSBC’s Expat Explorer Global Report and the latest results from the InterNations 2015 Expat Survey to come up with the 11 easiest countries for Americans to move to and work.
Read on to find out if your dream destination is in the top 11 list!