If you're the kind of person who wants to make their own way, there's no time like the present to get out in the world. We're finding more and more ways to make a living and live our best lives doing it. If you've been pondering taking your own small business abroad, one analysis might help sway your thinking.
London-based firm Expert Market has crunched the numbers and crafted a list of the top 57 countries for millennial entrepreneurs to set up shop in. They looked at quality-of-life data: cost of living, income tax, access to credit, average internet speed, transportation networks, availability of free Wi-Fi, ease of starting a business, and of course, the cost of a coffee. (Spoiler alert: Despite the fact that American millennials may want to expand their horizons, the United States actually ranked second overall, so it may be worth looking into different parts of the country if you're not ready for international living just yet. Have you considered the Midwest?)
And the winners are:
United Arab Emirates