With excellent amenities such as health carem, education, and public transportation the Pearl of the Orient is one of the most successful capitalist economies in the world. Beware, however, that employment opportunities are not quite what they used to be and high costs of living should be carefully considered.
In spite of the language barrier (very few Russians speak a second language) and a relatively high cost of living in cities like Moscow, as the world’s largest country you might be surprised to find more than the stereotypical depressing winter, dictator/mafia infested, vodka drinking Russia you have in your mind.
Life here is driven by outdoor pursuits and multiculturism, especially when it comes to cuisine and traditions. If you can get around the comparitively high cost of living then the allure of the Land Down Under just might win you over.
With half of its workforce coming from abroad the Cayman Islands is a popular destination for obvious reasons – clean beaches, clear water, etc. As of late, however, the government has been less likely to hand out work visas to foreigners because unemployment among locals is so high.
With a good standard of living and a relatively robust economy Germany is a very attractive place for expats. Just make sure you do your homework because even jobs like restaurant waiters require degrees and education.