Norway is one of the countries with the highest living standards. Known as a rich country, Norway has rich oil deposits. It is successful with the fishing industry. The average life expectancy of humans is 81 years.
Australia’s population is less than its surface area. Australia, one of the most developed countries, is known as a peaceful city.
Switzerland is one of the other livable countries. In Switzerland, known as a free country, per person income is very high.
In the Netherlands, known as the country of freedom, unemployment is very low and they generally prefer foreign workers. In this country where everyone can communicate easily, almost everyone speaks English and is a reliable country.
Although America is not among the first places to live, it is especially preferred for education and finding a job. It is one of the most culturally diverse countries.
It is one of the richest countries in the world. Although Germany, which many people choose to live in, is called a free country, it is also known for its strict rules.
7- NEW ZEALAND
As an island nation, New Zealand is known for its individual rights and freedoms. They also support education a lot. Average life expectancy in the country is 81 years. It has extraordinary natural beauty.
Canada is one of the most livable countries. It is famous for fossil fuel and energy production. Too many students come for education every year. It is one of the fastest developing countries in the world. Its people are very kind and well-intentioned.
Singapore is a small island. They are known for their interesting rules. It can be called the most monotonous country in the world. It is a very safe and clean country. It has a very heavy education.
It is a developed country in terms of economy. They care very much about obeying the law and attach importance to their traditions. Danish people are friendly people, especially those who care about people’s clothing.