Relocate to a better work-life balance in New Zealand


Rated by the Global Peace Index as the second safest country in the world, and by HSBC’s 2017 Expat Explorer Survey as the number one destination for overall expat experience, it isn’t difficult to see why relocating to New Zealand might be a great idea.

Boasting an inclusive culture and emphasis on supportive workplaces, there are many aspects of a new life in New Zealand that might appeal. Expats in New Zealand are 60% more likely to enjoy outdoor activities than their counterparts elsewhere in the world, they report greater improvements in their family’s wellbeing post-move than expats in any other country and perhaps as a result, they’re 30% more likely to stay in their new home for five years or more than other expats.

With skills shortages across numerous industries, the New Zealand government are keen to ensure that expats continue to move to the country for work. Opportunities for career progression are plentiful, but what many prospective expats want to know is how their new work-life balance will stack up. Luckily, locals and international workers alike can’t stop shouting about the relaxed way of living, and how the friendly culture and beautiful landscapes team up to make living in New Zealand hard to beat.

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New Zealand's largest and most densely populated city is surrounded by water with two harbours and gorgeous blue waters, also known affectionately as the Big Little City and Tamaki Makaurau in Maori.

Auckland has much to offer its residents and tourists coming into the area. Around 1/3 of people in New Zealand live in Auckland and are made of locals and immigrants, making it a very vibrant and culturally diverse city.
Auckland is a wonderful combination of New Zealand's stunning natural beauty and an interesting blend of old and new infrastructure. The cosmopolitan city offers much in the way of urban and outdoor living, the Waitakere Ranges and the gorgeous west coast beaches Piha and Muriwai as well as the Hauraki Gulf and the Waitemata Harbour are near by and accessible by day trip. Unbelievably, the city is actually also circled by 11 extinct volcanoes!

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