The Economist Intelligence Unit
Worldwide Cost of Living 2014
Which City Is the Most Expensive to Live In? Which City Is the Cheapest?
From Algiers to Zurich, discover where your money goes far – and where it doesn’t.
The Economist Intelligence Unit’s semiannual survey of prices in the world’s major metropolises helps managers understand the costs of living overseas so they can devise appropriate relocation and compensation packages for expatriate employees. The survey reports real prices that residents in 140 cities across 93 countries pay for food, transport, clothing and other daily essentials, as well as for discretionary items, such as entertainment. A US dollar-pegged index enables city-to-city comparisons and ranks places from the most expensive to the least. getAbstract recommends this succinct but illuminating overview of the survey’s results to human resources professionals and to current and future expatriate executives.
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