New Zealand takes second place with a Freelancer Score of 7.20. New Zealand’s slightly higher cost of broadband ($62.94) is offset by its excellent performance on the Happiness (7.3/10) and Global Gender Gap indices, as well as having very strong legal protections for workers.
In third place, with a Freelancer Score of 6.53, is Spain. While Spain does relatively well across the board, its main strengths are its strong performance on the Global Gender Gap Index and the much more affordable cost of living than other top-scoring countries ($719.37 per person, per month).
Ntụle ọmụmụ ihe ọzọ:
- Japan bụ obodo kachasị njọ maka ndị nweere onwe ha, yana akara Freelancer nke naanị 3.99/10. Nke a na-abụkarị n'ihi arụmọrụ na-adịghị mma n'ihe gbasara ọchụchọ maka ọrụ ndị na-akwụghị ụgwọ, ike dị ala nke ikike iwu maka ndị ọrụ, yana arụ ọrụ adịghị mma na Global Gender Gap Index.
- Singapore bụ obodo nwere ọsọ ịntanetị kachasị ọsọ na 256.03 Mbps.
- Netherlands nwere mmasị kachasị elu na ndị nweere onwe ha na-achọ 1,305 n'ime mmadụ 100,000.
- India is the cheapest country to live in on our list, with monthly costs reaching only $326.30.
- Denmark is the happiest destination, with a Happiness Index Score of 7.65.