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We complain a lot about the economic, political and social situation in our country, but the truth is that here we live quite well. We are not saying this, but the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which has produced a ranking that measures well-being in countries. Spain It occupies position 19 of a list of 38, a position that is not bad at all if we consider that the organization brings together the most developed economies.

To carry out this ranking, the OECD It has not been based on GDP figures and economic statistics, but on 11 themes that it has identified as essential for material living conditions and quality of life: housing, income, employment, community, education, environment, commitment civic, health, satisfaction, safety and life-work balance. Do you want to discover the 10 countries in the world that have been better unemployed in this ranking that measures well-being? Well, do not miss anything we tell you below!

Norway

Norway
First place on the list goes to Norway, which does very well on many measures of wellness general. It highlights its performance in environmental quality, personal safety and satisfaction. Furthermore, it is above the OECD average on issues such as employment, education and skills, employment and remuneration, health status, housing, work-life balance, community feeling and civic engagement.


Australia

Australia
In second place we find Australia, which has a high performance in the area of ​​civic engagement and is above the average in income, heritage, environmental quality, health status, housing, employment and remuneration, education and skills, satisfaction and a sense of community.

Denmark

Denmark
We return to Europe to talk to you about Denmark, which is ranked 3 on the list because it is above the average in many subjects: work-life balance, sense of community, environmental quality, civic commitment, employment and remuneration, education and skills, satisfaction and personal security.

Switzerland

Switzerland
Also European is the fourth country in the ranking. This is Switzerland, where the following topics stand out: satisfaction, employment and remuneration, income and wealth, state of health, sense of community, environmental quality, education and skills, and personal safety. Of course, the country is below average in civic engagement.


Canada

Canada
The first American country in the ranking is Canada, which is in fifth position thanks to being above the OECD average in living place, satisfaction, personal security, state of health, income and wealth, sense of community, environmental quality, employment and remuneration, education and skills, work-life balance and civic commitment.

Sweden

Sweden
In sixth place in the ranking we find Sueca, who is above the average in almost all subjects: quality environmental, civic commitment, education and skills, work-life balance, state of health, satisfaction, employment and remuneration, housing, personal security and a sense of community.

New Zealand

New Zealand
We return to Oceania to talk to you about New Zealand, which occupies the seventh position on the OECD list thanks to its high performance in the state of the Health and sense of community. And although it is below the average in income and wealth, it is above the rest of the issues.


Finland

Finland
In eighth position we find a European country again. This is Finland, which stands out for its high performance in education and competencies. In addition, it is above average in almost all subjects: employment and remuneration, environmental quality, satisfaction, personal security, sense of community, housing and life-work balance.

U.S

U.S
The United States is ninth on the list due to its high performance in housing and income and heritage. It is also above average in health status, employment and remuneration, education and skills, sense of community, personal security, satisfaction, environmental quality and civic commitment.

Iceland

Iceland
Finally, we have to talk about Iceland, which has a high performance in employment and remuneration, being above average in the sense of community, satisfaction, state of health, environmental quality, personal safety, and education and skills. Of course, it does not stand out in either housing or life-work balance.

Top 10 Best Countries To Live In The World - Quality of life, Job, Raise Kids (January 2021)


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