HSBC surveyed expats to find the most popular places to raise children.
As adults, life tends to get in the way, which means that work or love or whatever can uproot us at a moment’s notice. For parents, bringing your kids to an unknown place can be tough, but perhaps some countries are better for children than others.
The HSBC’s latest expat survey* looks at the best countries to raise children based on respondent answers on the health, happiness and cost of bringing up kids. Canada scores high, of course, but there are a few countries that HSBC notes are better for raising kids. Click through to find the best ones, and where Canada ranks in the world.
* HSBC is a multinational banking company based in London, England. The Expat Explorer survey contains insights about life overseas from over 5,000 expats around the world.
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