Channel Islands and Isle of Man: where the well connected are well connected
HSBC is proud to be one of the largest employers in the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, recruiting both locals and people from overseas. With a commute that doesn’t cost you hours, the islands offer a fantastic work-life balance, and pride themselves on an inclusive international culture with a strong sense of community.
As well as being home to world class international finance centres, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man are packed with award winning beaches, unspoilt coastlines and an abundance of activities all within minutes of the office.
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John Goddard, Head of HSBC Expat, Jersey
A great place to work according to expats
Findings from HSBC’s latest annual Expat Explorer survey* show that expats pursuing careers in Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man benefit from a better work culture, work-life balance, job security and earnings prospects than in many other locations around the world.
In our latest Expat Explorer survey, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, performed really well against the global figures. It’s clear that they offer an attractive work-life balance and the potential for a rewarding career. Expats working in the islands are also really proud to be working there and are quick to become fully engaged in the local community, with more than three-quarters likely to recommend the islands to other expats
Kara Lisik, Head of Marketing, Channel Islands and Isle of Man
Expats said working in the Channel Islands and Isle of Man offers a better...
77%. Which is +26% versus global average
58%. Which is +10% versus global average
61%. Which is +23% versus global average
*The 2018 Expat Explorer survey is a global survey completed by 22,318 expats across the world. The research was conducted online by YouGov in March and April 2018. League tables are calculated using responses to 27 of the questions asked in the research. A minimum sample of 100 expat respondents including at least 30 expat parents is required for a country to be included in the league tables.