Attracting and retaining top talent requires organizations to look across geographic borders. Similarly, individuals need to be geographically mobile to advance their careers. How do companies assess where they can retain their employees and maintain the best talent pool? Where do these employees ideally want to live and work?
In 2017, Harvard Business Review featured the Global 150 Cities Index, highlighting the top cities to live in according to the financial and lifestyle benefits they offer. What has changed in 2018? Where does your city rank today? Click here to see the full list now.
As featured in the Harvard Business Review, AIRINC's Global 150 Cities Index highlights the cities that have the ideal combination of high salaries, low taxes and costs, and quality of life. These are the most attractive cities for working and living around the globe.