Living in Saudi Arabia is 52% cheaper than in New York City, putting it in second place for cheapest countries to live and work for Americans. And get this—the country offers private, luxury housing for those accustomed to a western way of life. Sign me up!
Run for the border! Mexico is extremely affordable for Americans these days, thanks to the struggling peso added to an already-low cost of living. Mexico gets a bad rap for being unsafe, but most of Mexico is actually perfectly safe and there’s a wealth of culture and adventure to be discovered.
Tunisia is a thriving, coastal country and it just might be the most picturesque on the list. The country is located along the Mediterranean Sea, and it’s also one of the cheapest countries to live in. You can snag rent for nearly 94% cheaper than you can in New York, and you might get lucky enough to have a coastal view.
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Here’s something you don’t see everywhere: Albanians enjoy American company. This could be the right move for those who like to make new friends and explore old castles and historical architectural sites. Enjoy castle views every day when you settle down in this inexpensive country, where rent is 94% lower than in New York.
Here’s a country that probably isn’t on your bucket list. But maybe you should give Kazakhstan a chance. Americans can spend 89% less on rent and 72% less for groceries by moving to this country.
Did you know as many as 600,000 Americans call the Philippines home? We can see why…The country is home to the most stunning beaches in Southeast Asia—and that’s not all. The Philippines has more than 7,000 islands to offer. Renting a house on this paradise island will cost you 92% less than in New York.