Today, many people are thinking of moving to new jobs, relationships, or simply to live abroad for a simpler life. A recent survey of 14,300 people living outside the country of the InterNations company reveals the world’s cheapest countries in terms of cheapness and job opportunities.
Here is the 8 cheapest countries‘ list
8. Czech Republic
If you live in the capital Prague, the cost of living will, of course, be higher than in other parts of the country. However, the country is still cheaper compared to other European countries and has many jobs at the same time.
The country where only one settler does not complain about the cost of living. With this feature, Ecuador succeeded in being at the top of the list.
Due to the cheap living conditions and satisfactory payments made by the participants, Hungary, which is carried on the top, made a big difference in the rate of 19% in 2015, with 30% of the people who are settled in the country fully satisfied with their financial situation.
Many cities in the country offer the cheapest living conditions of the world and are visited by millions of tourists every year. However, due to the migration Mexico receives from all over the world, life in the country is becoming more and more expensive every day.
Vietnam, one of the cheapest countries in the world for accommodation and food, is one of the most convenient spots to start a new life. And it took fourth place in cheapest countries list.
83% of the participants who live in Taiwan say that life is cheaper in the country, 96% say that they can afford all the money they earn, which puts Taiwan in the top of the list.
The Thailand is entitled to take the second place in the cheapest countries list because food, transportation and accommodation prices are very affordable.
Ukraine, an Eastern European country, is entitled to be at the head of the cheapest countries list because 45% of the participants in the country state that life is very cheap. This rate is quite high when it is estimated to be 14% of the world average. In addition, 75% of those who settled in the country indicate that this migration is due to the comfortable living conditions of the country.