Dublin's been ranked as the most expensive city in the Eurozone for employees working abroad.
The research from Mercer puts the capital in 32nd place overall.
It's ahead of Paris, Melbourne, Milan and Los Angeles when it comes to the cost of living for emigrant workers.
Hong Kong and Tokyo top the list.
Zurich is the most costly European city - and the third most costly overall - followed by Bern and Geneva.
Noel O'Connor from Mercer explained why Dublin has jumped by 34 places in the survey.
He said: "One of the biggest factors influencing Dublin's high ranking in 2018 was the cost of rental accommodation.
"In Dublin, the shortage of rental accommodation could negatively affect international investment - as the availability of rental accommodation is at a record low level, and demand is very strong, expatriates may find serious problems in finding appropriate accommodation."