Want to Live Overseas? Here's Where to Go

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Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "Off The Charts," Scarlet Fu looks at the best countries to live in overseas. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

Welcome back.

I'm stephanie ruhle.

If you are looking to get ahead in your career, they answer may be to work abroad.

Get your passport ready.

Scarlet fu is looking at the best countries for ex-pats.

Europe's biggest bank has thousands of employees all over the world.

They analyzed the findings of 7000 ex-pats.

Economic outlook for the country, career experience for you, and if you have a family or are looking to raise children.

The green countries are the ones that rank the best.

China is number one.

Because of economics outlook.

The future is brighter there.

Also, career prospects are very prominent there.

The downside is the raising children part.

It is expensive and the air quality pollution is terrible.

Germany comes up ready well at number two.

Number three is singapore.

It combines the best of both worlds.

And you have good weather.

Little bit too much some would say.

The u.s. came in number 12. a lot of people who are in the u.s. say they don't want to leave because it is a good quality overall.

There is less opportunity to move your because more people are staying.

And americans also don't want to go abroad necessarily.

They have a certain sense of security here.

I want to mention how poorly europe ranks.

Spain was the fifth worst.

Could re-attribute the u.s. being 12 in any way to immigration issues?

It is a land of opportunity, but i suppose there is that prospect.

It's not like you can emigrate to china either the.

Get your passport ready.

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