It seems as though many Brits are ready to take the leap and move abroad in search of better paid jobs and lower house prices.
(PRWEB UK) 8 February 2013
In the latest figures released by the Home Office a total of 75,000 professionals and middle managers immigrated in 2010, making them the largest group of individuals to leave the UK. The total amounts to around 1,500 departing a week, with most stating reasons of better job prospects and lower taxes rate as the reason for leaving.
‘A large and increasing proportion of British citizens emigrating from the UK are those from professional or managerial occupations and this may have implications for the availability of skills in the UK,’ the report from the Home Office states. Australia, United States and Spain were detailed as the most popular with 93 percent of those emigrating of working age.
Interdean has been offering moving services for over fifty years bringing shipping, air freight and storage options to people moving overseas. The company’s expertise and skill in moving cargo all over the world has lead them to become one of the most well established moving company in the UK. A representative added, ‘It seems as though many Brits are ready to take the leap and move abroad in search of better paid jobs and lower house prices. Although it is great that the statistics show that young, single people are living and working abroad it is also a little worrying that such high levels of professionals are leaving the UK.’
Interdean continues to follow moving abroad statistics.
Interdean have been helping people move throughout the world for over fifty years, offering a range of services including international moving assistance, excess baggage help, shipping, air freight and storage to worldwide destinations such as Australia, Hong Kong, Canada and Thailand. Interdean also offers further support such as visa assistance, banking, insurance and pet relocation as well as student focused packages. The competitively priced company also offer help for moves throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.