A case study if somebody is planning to move to another country


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Sep 1, 2022
So my exams are over and I prepared this case study. If u guys think something is missing or something is inaccurate, feel free to point it out.

Starting with-

South Asia ( India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives)

South Asia is really diverse. But, in today's age, the situation in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan is, u know, unstable. India has an edge over these countries. India has a higher quality of education, military and is still developing. Sri Lanka is in some debt, Nepal is poor, and I don't think u can live for long in Bhutan if u want a lifelong stay from an early age. India, though wins in South Asia, has a lot of disadvantages. The conservative culture still exists, there is a lot of pollution, corruption is high, crime rates are soaring day by day and the population is at an all-time high. But if u are able to earn well and be accepted for your choices, then India can be a really good place in South Asia.

West Asia (Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, State of Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syrian Arab Republic, United Arab Emirates and Yemen)

These countries are unstable, are conservative on women and the LGBT community as far as I know, and have regular problems with each other. But nonetheless, oil has favoured a lot of these countries. UAE, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are good places to earn money. Life can be materialistic, but a good position can give u a lot of benefits.

I am leaving out Central Asia, sorry guys

East Asia ( China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea, and Taiwan)

So here we have the big guys. China, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan are literally giants of technology. North Korea, well, let's leave it. I won't recommend Mongolia and Macau. But these countries have their own set of problems. The ruling party in China is controlling to a really large extent. Japan is undergoing slow economic growth. South Korea is the best choice according to me here. It has a really big drama and pop industry. Taiwan has been in conflict with China for a long time.

Australasia (Australia and New Zealand)

Australia offers quality education, and the standard of living is really good. It is passionate about sports, like a lot. Australia though has cases of racism projected to immigrants, climate change and the economy becoming a major concern gradually.

New Zealand is really beautiful. It has an amazing leader. It has good food, it is uncrowded and is a really laid back country. New Zealand is expensive though, and it can be quiet sometimes in New Zealand, which may lead to loneliness for some time.

Africa (Every country)

Africa as a whole is disease-prone, poor, starving and unsafe. But, there are a few countries which might be better than the others. I won't completely recommend moving to Africa

South America (Every Country)

Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru are the top choices if u wish to move to South America. South America has a diverse culture but, South America is poor. The crimes rates indicate that they are not completely safe. But the people there are starting to change as far as I know.

North America (Every Country)

USA, Canada, Cuba are the choices here. The USA is a capitalist country. It has a humongous military, a good economy, has ivy league universities, and has top-notch universities. But the USA has become very materialistic. There are a lot of crimes, ranging from shootings to crimes against women. It also engages in conflicts with other countries. It is also becoming densely populated due to large amounts of immigrants. Canada is a very accepting place for immigrants. It is a seemingly happy country. But it is getting increasingly prone to problems day by day. Both USA and Canada are heavily populated by Indians. Cuba is a safe country and has a laid back lifestyle. But Cuba has a communist government, so yeah.

Northern Europe ( Denmark · Estonia · Finland · Iceland · Ireland · Latvia · Lithuania · Norway · Sweden · the United Kingdom)

A really good division of Europe. Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, UK have a good economy. Denmark, Sweden, and the UK host some of the best universities in the world. Norway, Finland, Iceland rank among the happiest countries in the world. They offer good standards of living, are passionate about sports, and have a laid back lifestyle. But these countries are very expensive. The population is less, the weather is not very good always, and u might get lonely. But nonetheless, these countries are well developed.

Southern Europe ( Albania, Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovenia, Spain, Macedonia and Yugoslavia )

Italy, Portugal, Spain are the top choices here. They have really good education institutes and have really old historical landmarks. They are really really passionate about football. The standard of living is good. But there is poverty, and a sudden rise in immigrants has paved the way for some problems. Portugal is in heavy debt, Spain has unemployment, Italy has a lot of political problems, and the economy is going down slowly.

Eastern Europe ( Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine.)

Russia and Ukraine are the top choices. They have really good universities for STEM courses, both have beautiful cultures, and the standard of living is good. But both of them have problems. Russia has bad weather, has political turmoil and a lot of people are not very accepting towards immigrants. Ukraine indulges in regular conflicts with Russia, has high levels of corruption and is a bit unsafe.

Western Europe ( Austria**,** Belgium**,** France**,** Germany**,** Liechtenstein**,** Luxembourg**,** Monaco**,** Netherlands**,** Switzerland)

Switzerland, Netherlands, France and Germany have top-class universities. All of them have a lot of job opportunities in the STEM field. Belgium too is a nice place. All these countries are crazy about sports. But, like the rest of Europe, these countries have problems like quietness, weather, racism, high costs of living, rising problems etc. Nonetheless, they are quite developed.

Making this study was fun and if there are any problems, please point them out. If u liked this post, then u can share it too

Japan has a labor shortage for obvious reasons, hoping to move there to exploit that.
Good thread. I think I will visit some European and Latam countries on vacation and then work fully remotely if I like it there. Been wanting to leave the states for a minute now.

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