What are the best countries in the world to live in?. Latin America is not the best region in the world to live in, because of the insecurity in the area and is mostly made up of third world countries. And countries like Spain or Japan are not as attractive as they were.
Thinking about this, I decided to investigate what are the best countries to live in because someday I would like to live in another place of the world, in a more security and happier place with such a beautiful weather.
The countries in this list have no a special order, because it’s difficult to decide what is the best country ever. When I did my investigation I noticed that in some lists Australia appeared as the best country, in other lists is Iceland, Finland or Norway.
Organizations that are responsible for making these lists take into account aspects such as life expectancy, quality of life, education, economic dynamism and political environment.
After investigate in different sources, these are the best of the best countries to live in. If you are interested in one country of this list, my advice is to search more information on Google, Wikipedia or YouTube.
For several years Finland has been ranked as the best country in the world to live. It has only 5.3 million citizen. It’s a country characterized by leisurely and relaxed lifestyle, forgetting the common life marked by looking at the clock.
The economy of Finland is one of the most prosperous in Europe, this is one of the 10 richest countries in the world by per capita income. It also has low levels of corruption. The most spoken language in this country is Finnish, the second most spoken is Swedish.
Talking about the weather, Finland is a cold country, the southern part of the country is covered by snow around 3-4 months, while the northern part is covered by snow around 7 months. In Finland you can live life to the fullness, no rush, no stressed lives. It’s a country where life is worth living. Finland is one of the best places to live on earth.
Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world according to GDP per capita. The great business of this country are financial services, there is an estimated fact that one third of the private capital of the world is deposited in Switzerland banks.
Swiss Armed Force is different, professional soldiers constitute only 5% of the military force, the rest are enrolled citizens between 20 and 34 years. At the age of 19 years, military service is obligatory for all men and optional for women.
Currently, Switzerland is considered one of the most developed countries in the world because it has one of the most stable modern and powerful capitalist economies.
Norway has experienced a fast economic growth and is now one of the richest countries in the world by the rank of its GDP which puts it in third place. It’s also the third largest exporter of oil in the world, after Russia and Saudi Arabia.
The official language is Norwegian. Its population is only 5 million habitants. Norway is in glaciers areas which means that its weather is very cold. Norway’s population lives really good with low levels of inequality and corruption.
According to the World Bank, Norway is the second country in the world in per capita income, the second country with highest life expectancy for men, the second country with the most active doctors and the fourth country in the world with the highest Internet penetration in the population. According to the UN Norway is the best country to live.
As is common in this area the weather is cold and there’s not much solar light. In some regions solar rays are received only 3 or 4 months in the year.
The day in Stockholm, (the Swedish capital) lasts longer than eighteen hours in late June but only around six hours in late December. Much of the Swedish territory receives between 1,600 and 2,000 hours of sunshine annually (between 3-4 months).
Its northern border with Norway and Finland, these neighbors who also appear in this list. Swedes enjoy a high standard of living, and the country is generally modern and liberal.
It is the third best country to live in the world according to the UN. It has a modest population of 331,000 habitants. Iceland has no army. Provides health care and high levels of education to its citizens.
Recently it has been considered as one of the wealthiest and most developed countries in the world. Also has become the envy in Europe for how overcome the crisis period lived between 2008 and 2010.
Canada is the best country to live in America. It is the second most extensive country in the world after Russia. The official languages are French and English. Its population is 34.5 million habitants. The official currency is the Canadian dollar.
Canada is one of the richest nations in the world, has an internet penetration of 84.3% of the total population and also has a high developed level of science and technology. Canada spends 1.88% of its GDP on research and development. Canada is the best option to live in the American continent.
Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. It is a country in Oceania. Its population is 22 million people. It is the second best country to live according to the UN, Norway is the first. Its official language is English. Life expectancy in Australia is 85 years.
In these years, the Australian economy has weathered the global economic downturn, which is visible in the growth of its domestic economy and maintenance of business and consumption.
The 72% of habitants work, they have a good health system, and low levels of pollution and corruption. Melbourne, an Australian city is considered as the best city to live in the world.
After reviewing this list, you probably have a favorite country, which of these countries would you go to live with your family?.