The US remains as the land of opportunities for immigrants and new life in the nation brings with it personal and financial rewards. They are boosted by a renewed focus of the Federal Government on Industry, Business, and Jobs.
Around 73% or 3/4ths of the expats in the US consider that it is a good destination for those who immigrate to boost their careers. The global average is just 54%. The figure has increased by 12% points after 2016 and ranks the US as #1 in the HSBC survey for career progression.
The US also ranks 5th in the HSBC survey for Entrepreneurship according to immigrants. More than half or 53% of them said that it is a good destination for starting a business. The earnings potential is also very high, add the expats.
Around 2/3rds or 62% of the immigrants said that the US offers better opportunities for income than their home country. It is an improvement of 9% points over 2016 and ranks the nation 9th on HSBC rankings for income.
The average income of immigrants in the US is little over $ 161,000 which is an increase of average 36% after immigration. However, the gains for migrants are not purely monetary. Around 50% of them said that their overall quality of life in the US is better than in the home nation.
60% of the migrants in the US said that the quality of life of their children is better than in the home nation. 33% of them said that they have found a long-term partner after immigration to the US. 25% of the expats reported a better social life than in the home nation, as quoted by the HSBC.
As a matter of fact, 40% of the immigrants said that their outlook on life has become more positive after immigrating to the US.
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