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Taiwan, Vietnam, and Portugal are the best expat destinations: all of them attract expats with their ease of settling in and good personal finances.
The law states: "Employers are prohibited from allowing expat workers to work for someone else, employing expat workers who have been permitted to work for someone else or are illegally in the Sultanate."
Responses from expats in Bahrain found that 77 per cent thought it was easy to make new friends here, while 68pc said it was easy to make friends with Bahrainis.
The Secretary General emphasised that this international recognition truly reflects Bahrain's forward-thinking culture and rooted values, and went on to extend her thanks for the friendless and welcoming afforded to the expat community in Bahrain.
No Indian city is listed in the most favoured expat destinations, not even Bengaluru, though there are many Canadian, American and Brit expats working here in this IT and education hub.
Outside work, expats report a range of different experiences.
The latest HSBC Expat Explorer survey showed Singapore was rated the best for the fourth year in a row followed closely by New Zealand, Germany, Canada and Bahrain.
The annual survey provides insights into views by expats around the world about their experiences living and working in a foreign country.
Cyprus has come 51st out of 65 countries in terms of a bad work-life balance in a survey expats who are considering working overseas.
While large game butchering and meal prep are obvious uses for the Expat Cleaver, it's also a camp tool which can be used as a hand axe to chop and baton firewood, fell small trees for shelter and perform myriad other heavy-duty camp chores.
Mumbai tops with an average expat earning of around $217,165 in India's commercial capital.
The ranking is based on data from the annual Expat Insider Survey, which asked around 13,000 expats representing 166 nationalities in 188 countries to rate over 25 different aspects of urban life abroad on a scale of one to seven.