News: ​Spain rates second country with highest quality of life

​Spain rates second country with highest quality of life

Based on responses from approximately 27,000 expatriates in 190 countries, a recent survey by the HSBC bank confirms that Spain is the second best country to live in the world, with New Zealand taking the number one spot.

Different factors have been taken into account, such as quality of life, salaries and economic possibilities, careers and living abroad with a family. In the category of "best quality of life" and "best life experiences", Spain is ranked in second place.

Furthermore, Spain is cited as the country with the best health of its inhabitants in the world, the fifth with regards to culture and easiness in which to make friends, and the seventh best to live in with a young family.

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23 Sep 2016

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