Mercer’s Cost of Living Ranking is based on our continual research on expatriate cost of living for more than 500 cities throughout the world.
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Mercer’s Quality of Living Ranking covers over 230 prevalent destinations for globally mobile talent and are based on our Quality of Living Survey.
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Mercer announced the results of an extensive study that examines the needs of workers in the world’s fastest-growing cities across four key factors – human, health, money and work.
Measuring 34 pension systems, the Index shows that the Netherlands and Denmark (with scores of 80.3 and 80.2 respectively) both offer A-Grade world class retirement income systems with good benefits - clearly demonstrating their preparedness for tomorrow’s ageing world..
Mumbai ranks 55th globally in the overall cost of living for expat employees and remains the most expensive city in India followed by Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Bengaluru.