A recent international data research trip to Central Africa highlights the importance of collecting expat data in challenging locations.
Thailand's economy is on the grow, but what impact does this have on expat workers living in the country?
How do you get an accurate picture of the cost of living, when the price of an item can change depending on a range of factors? This was the challenge on a recent data collection trip to Zimbabwe.
The commute to and from work can have a major impact on health, finances and happiness. All major cities will encounter their own unique transportation issues, but some have handled them better than others.
It has been a busy time at ECA with our teams analysing and publishing all the data collected from recent surveys - here's a summary highlighting the latest data updates and what else is new!
It is no secret that free, crowdsourced cost of living information exists online but there are many reasons why free-to-access data should be used with caution.
Our latest International Data Researcher (IDR) blog post looks at South Africa and the safety issues for assignees living there.
ECA has recently gained ISO 27001 certification, so you can be confident that the way we store and process your data meets the highest security standards.
A recent trip to Tehran for one of ECA's International Data Researchers coincided with a testing period for Iran, with concerns about what the future holds after the re-imposition of U.S. sanctions.
The latest blog post from our International Data Research team reflects on a recent data-collection trip to Mauritania - one of the least visited countries in the world.