Daily Management Review

10 best countries for freelancers


03/02/2018


As technologies are developing, people are increasingly thinking about working exclusively for themselves. Freelancers work in a variety of areas, and this allows them to regulate the pace and volume of work, as well as their earnings.



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To help freelancers from around the world, the British website Expert Market ranked the countries where it is most comfortable to work for oneself.

The study included 57 countries around the world, which were evaluated for a number of parameters that affect how comfortable a freelancer would be there.

In particular, it includes the cost of living, the average speed of the Internet, quality of the transport system, number of free Wi-Fi points, the cost of a cup of coffee, the income tax rate, and how easy it is to start a business or gain access to a loan.

Below are the 10 best countries for freelancers.

10. Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has shown good results in all parameters of the assessment of countries. The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, has become one of the best cities for the self-employed.

9. Bulgaria

The rate of income tax is the main attractive feature of this country for freelancers. In addition, local coffee is the cheapest among all the countries on the list: on average, a cup of coffee costs £ 0.94.

8. Estonia

Estonia received high scores in almost all categories, according to which countries were assessed. The greatest achievement of the country is cheap transport.

7. New Zealand

Neighboring Australia is considered a more popular country for young professionals, but New Zealand offers cheaper coffee, a higher speed of the Internet and simpler procedures that allow you to open your own business.

6. Spain

The beaches of Barcelona are one of the most serious reasons to go to Spain and work there as a freelancer. However, this is not the only factor that attracts freelancers to this country. There is a high level of credit availability, a developed transport system and cheap coffee. In addition, there are many points of free Wi-Fi.

5. Great Britain

Cities such as London and Manchester provide excellent access to credit. In addition, the country has a developed transport system, which makes work in the UK convenient and enjoyable.

4. United Arab Emirates

This is the only country on the list where there is no income tax. Dubai and Abu Dhabi have already become a residence for many millionaires.

3. South Korea

The cities of South Korea received very high scores in the cost of living category, as well as a high level of access to credit and fast internet.

2. The USA

The USA occupies the second place, in many respects thanks to the developed system of transport. In addition, there are a huge number of free Wi-Fi points - 559 077. That's why the work for freelancers seems to be pleasant and interesting in this country.

1. Hong Kong

Hong Kong is the financial center and the best place for the life and work of freelancers. There is a well-developed transportation system, a low income tax rate and an excellent Internet speed.

source: expertmarket.com






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