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Why to move in France?
Located in Western Europe, France is at the heart and crossroads of the continent, both geographically and culturally. City trip is easy to organize, from Paris by high-speed train, you can reach Brussels in 1h20, London in 1h30 and Geneva in 3h.
In France, it is not necessary to live in the city in order to be close to work. If one prefers the countryside or a smaller town, it is possible to live there and work in the city. France has great public transport. Almost every city can be reached by train in a short amount of time. From Paris, you can reach South of France in 3 hours.
The nominal GDP per capita in France is $39.869, the 22nd place worldwide.
The country is known for the quality of health coverage in Europe. The compulsory health care insurance system provides insured persons with access to quality health care. Health care insurance covers the cost of many health benefits: consultations, medications, hospitalization costs, all or part of the official rate. Healthcare institutions in France are equipped with quality equipment and on the cutting-edge technology. The French health system ranks eighth among the best in Europe, according to the annual report on the state of European health systems by Sweden’s Health Consumer Powerhouse (HCP).
Huge expats community
The high standards of living in France coupled with excellent health care, education and public facilities have made France a popular destination for expats. The community of expats living in France is currently estimated at approximately 7.600.000, almost 11% of the population.
When it comes to relaxing, France has a wide range of events and escapades. It has tons of museums, beaches and coastline in the North, West and South and hilly forests in the Center and South-East.
The Specialist Doctors the most needed in France:
Anesthesiologist, Cardiologist, Emergency practitioner, General practitioner in Hospital, Gastroenterologist, Geriatrician, Gynecologist & Obstetrician, Nephrologist, Neurologist, Pediatrician, Psychiatrist, Pulmonologist, Radiologist.