Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Muscat are named in the world’s top 10 best cities to relocate to, according to new research by money.co.uk.
The best city in the world to relocate to is Austin, the fourth-largest city in the USA’s second-largest state, Texas. Austin has the third-best internet speed of any city in the rankings, at 87.5 Mbps. Additionally, the city scores high in terms of average temperature (20.4°C), and average monthly salaries at £3,984.
The second-highest scoring city is Tokyo. It is the largest city in the world with a population of over 37 million people, suggesting its mass appeal. Tokyo scores well for its number of restaurants and green spaces and on top of this, it has the best average life expectancy, with residents living to 84.
Charleston has been a city of conflict throughout the generations, as it proved a crucial battleground in both the American War for Independence and the American Civil War. Despite its tumultuous past, Charleston is now the third best city to relocate to in the world. One factor it exceeded in is internet speed, the average is 106.5 Mbps, meaning that it is by far the fastest of any city on the list. Additionally, Charleston has a high-ranking average monthly salary of £3,147.
Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Muscat figure in as the fourth, sixth and eighth best places in the world to relocate. Dubai is the best relocation destination if you are looking for sunnier climes, as it scored a perfect 10. The average temperature in Dubai is 28.2 degrees Celsius, and there is only 68mm of rainfall a year.