By M. W. Byrne
Indonesia tops the list because they offer a social visa to anyone who wants to come and enjoy the spoils of their nation
Anyone between 18 and 30 can visit New Zealand easily with a holiday working visa program that encourages short-timers to come in, get set up, then help build the future of New Zealand.
The kindly neighbor with the good healthcare, Canadian life is extremely similar to American, if perhaps a little slower, a little gentler, and a little more cosmopolitan.
A real rough and tumble place, Svalbard is a quaint little town at the edge of the world. There’s no violent crime, everyone knows everyone else, and most of the local industry is scientific or related to mining.
Children are provided with a more comprehensive education than in the US, there’s fewer incidents of crime, and far fewer shootings in Singapore than on America’s shores. They also take more holidays.
The beautiful land of tequila and passion has long been a respite for those seeking a change of pace, or a way to stretch their retirement funds further.
They allow any native English-speaker an easy path to enter the land of the Rising Sun and teach. Many spend years there, teaching at various schools, then bounce to surrounding countries with similar programs.