The biggest hurdle to living overseas is making money overseas.
We’re not going to find a preponderance of high paying jobs overseas, not in most nations. After all, one of the attractions of living overseas is living in a place with a lower cost of living, and a lower cost of living usually, if not always, means that wages are also correspondingly low. [That’s called GDP (PPP) per capita income.] Of course it’s not impossible to find a high paying job in a low wage nation if one is a specialist of some sort, but for most of us the option of finding a high paying overseas job is limited… CLICK HERE TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE
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