Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Circle Loop, a UK cloud communications provider, has released an index to measure “remote work”.
The index ranks countries on a set of methodologies, including average fixed broadband internet speed, countries that allow working holiday visas, acceptance of immigrants, average cost of rent for a one-bedroom apartment and the global happiness index score.
Canada topped the list in the world, coming first, followed by the United Kingdom, and then Romania.
On the Arab level, the UAE topped the first place in the Arab world, and the 31st in the world, followed by Kuwait in second place in the Arab world, then Saudi Arabia in third place.
The list also included a group of other Arab countries, such as Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Lebanon, Egypt, Bahrain and Algeria.
In the above infographic, here is a look at the ranking list of Arab countries at the Arab level, in addition to the top 5 countries in the world: