If you are planning to move your homeland, you may be wondering about the best countries to migrate with family. When you condsider moving what are the most important factors and aspects in connection with your decision? Safety? Cost of living? Culture, or many possibilities for your children? Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic.
When making a decision about relocating you should always take into consideration the consequences of that decision for your kids. Younger kids aged up to 6 years won’t have many problems adapting to their new surroundings, but pre-teens and teens will. They probably already created their circle of friends; just got used to school they are in and most likely love it there.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three countries from their lis as usual.
I’m not surprised that Germany is on their list. This country has among the highest standards of living in the world, so you know your family will prosper here. The cost of childcare and education isn’t all that high, since Germany ranks 8th by that criterion, followed by 15th and 16th place in the quality of education and family well-being. When it comes to availability of childcare and education, Germany ranks 22nd. What surprised me – Taiwan is on the list! Would you have guessed it? Taiwan ranks high in all other rankings, even topping the Quality of Life list. The survey placed Taiwan on 14th and 15th spot in availability and cost of childcare and education, respectively, while the country managed to break into top 10 in the quality of education and family well-being rankings. At last, but not least, let’s see what the situtation with Australia is. We know that you have heard the stories about the heat in Australia and all those dangerous animals, but this is the place where your family should feel very good. In family well-being ranking, Australia snatched the top spot while also ranking high in quality of life. The country also ranks high in the availability of childcare and education alongside the quality of education, but the overall family life index is spoiled by high cost you’ll have to endure for your child’s education and care.