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Expat Community: Significant, especially in Panama City and popular expat havens like Boquete and Bocas del Toro. The community is diverse, including retirees, business professionals, and entrepreneurs.

Cost of Living: Moderate; Panama offers a variety of living standards, with costs typically lower than in the US but higher than in some neighboring Latin American countries.

Quality of Life: High, particularly in terms of healthcare and infrastructure, which are some of the best in Central America.

Ease of Settling In: Spanish is the official language, but English is widely used in business and expat communities. Panamanians are known for their friendliness and open attitudes towards foreigners.

Work Opportunities: Varied, with opportunities in the service sector, logistics (due to the Panama Canal), banking, and tourism. Panama’s economy is robust and business-friendly, which encourages foreign investment and entrepreneurship.