Which of these countries has a higher living standard: Canada, Australia or New Zealand?
- ?Lv 73 weeks agoFavourite answer
Top 10 list... [that the USA didn't place in]
10. New Zealand — 88.45. New Zealand's tourist board calls it "the youngest country in the world," and it is certainly one of the most beautiful. "Opportunity" is where it scores really high, as a low population means jobs are in abundance.
4. Australia — 89.13. There is a good reason so many people want to start a new life "down under." Austrailia has fantastic education, job opportunities and a strong sense of personal freedom. Its "tolerance and inclusion" score could be higher though.
2. Canada — 89.49. For such a huge nation, Canada only has 35 million citizens, and they are some of the best looked after in the world. Canada's healthcare is what stands it above the rest. Education and opportunity in the country are also impressively strong.
1. Finland — 90.09. Everyone says Nordic nations have the highest standard of living, and now Finland has made it official. It scores highly on almost every index on the report, from basic needs, foundations of wellbeing and personal freedoms. If you move there just make sure to bring warm coat — temperatures can reach minus 50 celsius in the winter!
- ArmourorLv 43 weeks ago
Australia has One of the Highest LIVING standards
I live Great on My Pension
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Australia can be warm so that does reduce your costs.
- 3 weeks ago
All three have their own pros and cons. It all depends on your income.
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- 3 weeks ago
They are all crap satellite states for the American empire.