People living and working in the City of London enjoy a better quality of life than those on Wall Street, claims serviced apartment provider TheSqua.re. And here’s why:
New York’s population density is 130% higher than London’s.
London has more than three times more green space than New York City.
City workers take around 15 days more holiday per year than Wall Street staff.
The average working week in NYC is 42.5 hours, compared to 33.5 in London.
Life expectancy for inhabitants of the City of London is almost 2 years longer than that of Wall Streeters.