Dubai topped the list of best cities for hybrid work. Lisbon, which topped last year’s ranking, has immediately moved to fifth position due to a sharp increase in rental prices. Spanish Malaga also broke into the list: Google opened its headquarters there.

Dubai tops list of best cities for hybrid work

Dubai has become the most convenient city for hybrid work. Bloomberg published the annual rating of cities for office and partly remote work from real estate broker Savills.

The Arab emirate attracts specialists (even in high-level positions) with the rapid growth of financial services and fintech companies, the agency notes.

Lisbon topped the 2022 ranking, but this year the Portuguese capital slipped to fifth place due to an increase in property rents.

For the first time, Spanish Malaga got into the standings and immediately took second place. In this city, Google recently inaugurated its headquarters for cybersecurity specialists.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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