A tropical island with a stable economy, what more could you wish for? If you are looking for career opportunities in the Bahamas, you will likely find many options in trade as it accounts for 93% of the country’s GDP. Business culture is quite formal, but you will probably work fewer hours than in places like the U.S. so there is more time to explore paradise.
And a paradise it is. There are of course beautiful beaches, turquoise waters and countless palm trees. But did you know the Bahamas counts 700 islands, but only 30 are inhabited? And world’s largest underwater cave system can be found here? You can go fishing, diving, snorkelling and even ocean safaris are one of your options. Apart from natural wonders, there are local markets, boutiques, lighthouses and museums to visit.
If you work in the Bahamas and you are a resident, you don’t pay any income tax. The official language is English and you will find lots of other immigrants on the islands, but the beaches are never crowded and the general vibe on the island is relaxing.