Moving to a new country is a major decision in anyone’s life. If you are thinking of moving to a new country, you should understand and be prepared on how different the culture is and how it can impact your lifestyle. We shall discuss on how moving to UK can change your lifestyle!
Most of the population in UK use public transport. Because it is easily accessible, wide network. Big cities like London’s population mostly moves around with public transport.
London has one of the largest urban public transport networks in the world, with integrated bus, river and road systems spanning the city’s 32 boroughs.
London’s iconic double-decker buses are a convenient and cheap way to travel around the city, with plenty of sightseeing opportunities along the way.
The UK is blessed with a network of National Parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and other landscapes and spaces. The government’s Landscapes (Glover) Review heard and proposed ways to improve and extend access to them. But it’s also a reality that not everyone can readily visit a National Park or AONB and certainly not daily. In addition to these special areas, people need good quality green spaces on their doorsteps.
Boosting green spaces and nature is also needed to restore nature, mitigate heat stress, and flood risk resulting from climate change, and to address other important areas of public policy.
Public healthcare in the UK is free to all residents – including emergency healthcare. As well as this, the UK hosts an excellent private healthcare system with a varying cost of private healthcare policies and insurances.
Additionally, the Commonwealth Fund analysis of healthcare systems in 11 nations finds that the NHS is the safest, most affordable and overall best healthcare system.
The UK is one of the major globalised economies, ranking fifth in the world. Principles that manage its national economy are market liberalisation, control and low taxation.
UK attracts migrants from across the globe – more than any other country; this is thanks to its strong economy, high standard of living and great working surroundings.
Longer paid holidays, free healthcare and a good minimum wage means the standard of living across the UK has increased over the past century.
The average working week in the UK in Monday to Friday, working approximately 8-9 hours a day. Flexible, part time jobs are also available in the UK, with an opportunity for overtime to earn more. Employers offer paid holiday days, ranging from 20 – 30 days a year (depending on the contract or type of industry).
Employers in the UK understand different cultural viewpoints and respect other cultures. Working in the UK means that a person’s workplace will have an intercultural environment, that is often imperative to a company’s success. British workplaces benefit from diversity, as innovations and ideas from different perspectives and cultures are always invaluable; not surprisingly, employers employ a diverse workforce for greater creativity.
Finally, adapting to British Culture:
Great Britain has a diverse range of cultures, largely due to immigration. By working in the UK, a person will experience a variety of philosophy, architecture, art, literature, comedy, music, cinema and sport (plus many more!).
The UK’s culture is an assortment of modern and traditional entertainment and activities, ranging from world famous museums, to contemporary art galleries, luxury houses to castles and reserved parks.
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