Brits abroad – is the grass really greener?

Brits abroad – is the grass really greener?

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The UK has become the eighth country in the world for the highest expat rate; what motivates UK residents to move abroad, and are these factors superior in other countries?

Last year, around 327,000 people left the UK, putting the UK eighth on a list of countries with the highest expat rate in the world.

The most popular destination is Australia, followed by the US, Canada, Spain and New Zealand. But what makes people up-sticks and move abroad? We asked that question to 1,000 people who have been there and done it.

Contributed by WorldFirst

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