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Cheapest Countries To Live And Work 2023 by Annjones1: 1:13pm On Aug 18, 2023
But the good news is, travel doesn’t have to be expensive. There are many affordable countries where you can live and work—maybe even while traveling—while getting much more bang for your buck. Today, we’re looking at the 10 best and cheapest countries to live and work. But first…

How a lower cost of living can be one of the best perks to working abroad
Most people expect long-term travel or living abroad to cost a fortune, and sure, if you pick expensive countries, your hard-earned money might not get you that far. But if you avoid popular, super expensive destinations, like Italy or Australia, and stick to some of the cheapest countries in which to live and work, you might be surprised how well you can live on a moderate salary. Why slave away in a downtown office when you could be exploring new cultures, having adventures, and earning a decent living abroad?

10 best and cheapest countries to live in

Here are 10 of the cheapest countries to live and work this year, according to meaningful travelers like YOU.

1. Vietnam

For those wanting to live and work in an exotic place, but not pay a fortune, Vietnam is any budget travelers dream. It’s one of the best and cheapest countries to live in for expats. Although Vietnam is still a bit of an insider tip when it comes to cheap countries in which to live and travel, there’s plenty to see and do. Vietnam has stunning landscapes to explore, delicious local cuisine for foodies and is also somewhat of an adventure travel destination.

The main cities are Ho Chi Minh city in the south, capital Hanoi in the north, and Da Nang in the center of the country. Most jobs will be found in these cities.

The currency, Vietnamese Dong, is currently worth around VND23,000 to $1 and is one of the few currencies that has weakened relative to the dollar in recent years.

Popular jobs here: The most popular job for foreigners in Vietnam is teaching English. There are many opportunities for English teachers, with average monthly salaries ranging from $1,100 to $1,700 USD, which is higher than in many neighboring countries.
Cost of living: As with most countries, the cost of living in Vietnam depends on the city or region you choose to spend time in. Cities like Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi are of course more expensive than rural locations, but the pay is also higher. A small apartment can be rented for around $250 a month while eating out costs are around $1–3 per meal if you stick to local restaurants or street food, and around $10 at Western-style restaurants. Transportation is very cheap, with local public transport starting at around $0.30 and taxis from just $0.50 per kilometer.

Check all here

https://onlinestudyingservices.com/2023/08/06/10-cheapest-countries-to-live-and-work/
Re: Cheapest Countries To Live And Work 2023 by muyico(m): 4:20pm On Aug 18, 2023
List it all here nah?
Annjones1:
But the good news is, travel doesn’t have to be expensive. There are many affordable countries where you can live and work—maybe even while traveling—while getting much more bang for your buck. Today, we’re looking at the 10 best and cheapest countries to live and work. But first…

How a lower cost of living can be one of the best perks to working abroad
Most people expect long-term travel or living abroad to cost a fortune, and sure, if you pick expensive countries, your hard-earned money might not get you that far. But if you avoid popular, super expensive destinations, like Italy or Australia, and stick to some of the cheapest countries in which to live and work, you might be surprised how well you can live on a moderate salary. Why slave away in a downtown office when you could be exploring new cultures, having adventures, and earning a decent living abroad?

10 best and cheapest countries to live in

Here are 10 of the cheapest countries to live and work this year, according to meaningful travelers like YOU.

1. Vietnam

For those wanting to live and work in an exotic place, but not pay a fortune, Vietnam is any budget travelers dream. It’s one of the best and cheapest countries to live in for expats. Although Vietnam is still a bit of an insider tip when it comes to cheap countries in which to live and travel, there’s plenty to see and do. Vietnam has stunning landscapes to explore, delicious local cuisine for foodies and is also somewhat of an adventure travel destination.

The main cities are Ho Chi Minh city in the south, capital Hanoi in the north, and Da Nang in the center of the country. Most jobs will be found in these cities.

The currency, Vietnamese Dong, is currently worth around VND23,000 to $1 and is one of the few currencies that has weakened relative to the dollar in recent years.

Popular jobs here: The most popular job for foreigners in Vietnam is teaching English. There are many opportunities for English teachers, with average monthly salaries ranging from $1,100 to $1,700 USD, which is higher than in many neighboring countries.
Cost of living: As with most countries, the cost of living in Vietnam depends on the city or region you choose to spend time in. Cities like Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi are of course more expensive than rural locations, but the pay is also higher. A small apartment can be rented for around $250 a month while eating out costs are around $1–3 per meal if you stick to local restaurants or street food, and around $10 at Western-style restaurants. Transportation is very cheap, with local public transport starting at around $0.30 and taxis from just $0.50 per kilometer.

Check all here

https://onlinestudyingservices.com/2023/08/06/10-cheapest-countries-to-live-and-work/

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