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    Reasons why Expats Choose to Settle Down in Czech Republic

    The truth is Expats working in the Czech Republic have everything they could ever want in terms of working abroad. The country comes 1st out of 65 destinations in the Working Abroad Index, and expats are particularly satisfied with their job and career, as well as work-life balance.

    In addition, Czech Republic is in the list of 15 most peaceful countries in the world. In terms of ecology and cleanliness, the country ranks 6th in the world. It has excellent water and food quality and a healthy environment, so its health indicators are always good.

    The Czech Republic is consistently ranked as one of the best countries in the world to live in and one of the best places in Europe. It has a high quality of life, low cost of living, and is very safe. And with its many beautiful cities and towns, it’s no wonder why so many people are moving there.

    The labor market in the Czech Republic is strong, and unemployment rates are at an all-time low. The Financial Times states that this is due to the growth in economic activity, and young people having more success entering the labor market. This current prosperity could be one reason why 78% of expats rate the state of the local economy favorably, as opposed to a global average of 56%.

    Expats in the Czech Republic are also happy with travel and transport: around two-thirds (65%) rate the travel opportunities as very good, compared to 46% globally. Seven in ten expats agree that transport infrastructure in the Czech Republic is great — 38 percentage points more than the global average.

    Also, relocating to the Czech Republic with family is a popular choice: 34% of expats living there are currently raising children, compared to 26% worldwide. More than nine in ten (92%) are satisfied with their children’s health, and almost all (98%) rate their children’s safety favorably, compared to a global average of 79%.

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