If you are looking for a new place to move in, you should definitively check our list of the cheapest and safest places to live in the world.
Moving to a new place can affect you in two ways. On the one hand, it can give you a better opportunity for employment, better standard of living, and new friends. However, on the other hand, maybe you won’t fit in the new surroundings, and it may be difficult for you to get a well-paid job. Everyone is trying to find the right place to move in, a place that can improve their lives. However, there are several aspects to keep in mind before deciding where to move. For example, if you are an English speaker, and you want to move somewhere where you will be able to understand the language, you can check our list of 17 Cheapest Places to Live in the World that Speak English.
While looking for the best place for you to move, you should consider two things – how safe the place is and how much will it cost you to live there. You don’t want to move to a place where there is a high probability of war or terrorist attack, plus you would like to know how much your effort will be valued. Even though you can’t be 100% sure about these things, there are some measurements that can help you. So, crime index will help you to find the safest and cost of living index will help you find the cheapest place to live.
As a starting point in our research, we took credible sources like Telegraph, Forbes, and Business Insider that were discussing either the cheapest or the safest places to live in. From these sources we got our first choices. However, in order to get the latest and most-trusted numbers, we used one of the largest databases in the world, Numbeo. The parameters we used for comparison are the crime rate index and cost of living index. First, we made two lists, one for the cheapest and one for the safest places to live. In order to create our final list, we took the average score based on crime rate for the safest and cost of living index for the cheapest places to live. The list is sorted by the score in a descending order but, because some of the places got the same score, we ranked them in alphabetical order.