If the steady upward march of inflation has you tired of living in your country, perhaps it’s time to start thinking about relocating to another country with a lower cost of living to manage your money better.
University Magazine has checked out Numbeo statistics on the current cost of living to find out which countries have the lowest price of living comparisons,
With rents 93 percent lower than the Big Apple, and an overall cost of living that s 65 percent lower, Macedonia is in 2019 stop 10 countries for the cheapest cost of living. An evening out costs only 76 percent as much as in New York, and you can indulge in a romantic dinner for two for only $20.
Home to these Bengal tigers and expansive natural forests ribboned with rivers, Bangladesh is one of the least expensive places to live and work with a cost of living that is 68 percent lower than in the New York City area. The unbelievably inexpensive rent is 94 percent cheaper, and a meal out costs 70 percent less.
Living in the land of the Great Pyramids is less expensive than you might expect. Pick up groceries at a discount of 77 percent, or eat out for one-fifth as much. The cost of living in Egypt is only 26 percent of the price of New York City, and rents are 95 percent lower.
Mexico is one of the countries with the lowest cost of living. For example, rent usually costs only 90% less than in the Big Apple, groceries cost only 20% less than in Big Apple prices, and you can consume food for 71% less on average as well.
That Ukrainian night may include a performance in a theatre in Odesa, with an evening meal priced 81 percent less than it would be in New York. Rent is likewise more affordable, though you’ll only pay around 9 percent of what you would pay in the Big Apple.
Moving up a slot from last year’s survey into the top five countries with the least expensive cost of living, Zambia has a cost of living that is 54% lower than the U.S. and a purchasing power that is 1.26% greater.
Tunisia is a beautiful place to settle due to its scenery and cheap prices, but it’s an expensive place to live. Rents are only 94 percent cheaper in Tunisia than they do in New York City, and you’ll be able to eat at restaurants and in shops for much less than you would there.
Life in Pakistan is 75 percent cheaper than New York City, placing the country in the top three most affordable places in the world to work and live. Rent is likely to be 94 percent less expensive, and an evening out at a restaurant will offer you 80 percent savings as compared to the Big Apple.
2. Saudi Arabia
Though Saudi Arabia is undoubtedly one of the richest countries in the world, you don t have to spend millions of dollars in order to live in a place there. The cost of living is merely 52 percent lower than that in New York and rents are just 76 percent lower than in Manhattan. Head to one of the malls of this country, where you can still buy with confidence, enjoying a purchasing power more than 31 percent higher than in New York.
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