Before we proceed let us understand what encapsulates a good quality of life; An economy wherein there exists a well-developed educational system, advanced health care, economic stability, a balanced income alongside job security and safety of the populace can be classified as a country whose lifestyle equals expectations of satisfaction. We intend on giving you, a countdown on the top 7 countries where people have the best lifestyle.
While Germany was recently adjudged to be the World’s Best Country securing the 1st place in the Best Countries Report, in terms of lifestyle it gets placed 7th on our list. The country is known to have the world’s most stable economy and the population enjoys a wide variety of cuisine, festivities and pompous celebration apart from being a renowned tourist spot. The country has prioritized education to such an extent that the cost of education one would incur to study range from significantly less to NIL!. Yes you read that right, scholarships are given to all deserving students and their education costs are taken care of and above this, the Universities and Schools that stem from this country are known to be pristine and highly prodigious in their conduct. The cost of living can be suited to one’s lifestyle and as long as you don’t demand driving around in a Limousine, one can very well manage the costs.
The United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is made of autonomous regions that include England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This is the nation that gave us the Industrial Revolution and it has come a long way since then, currently being the 5th largest national economy in the World alongside enjoying extreme stability. Publishing company ‘Pearson’ ranked the U.K in the 2nd place in the world for its well structured and highly effective education system. Their healthcare system has also been highly acclaimed with their quality of health care being ranked in the first place in a selective analysis. Long story short, the citizens of the UK enjoy a well-planned education and health system. If you’ve heard of the ‘Tower Bridge’, it is just one of the plethora of infrastructural marvels that the people enjoy, due to the existence of well-developed infrastructure.
Canada is known to have a populace that is termed as the most educated in the world, given that the country invests heavily in education with compulsory education up to the age of 16 or 18, depending on the state. If requirements on age and residence are met, education is provided free of cost to the public. Crime rates are low and the safety that the populace enjoys is high. A progressive thinking means that the Canadians are a proud lot; proud of their country, proud of their environment and proud of their government.
Sweet Sweden, where the population is multicultural, hard working, open and deem each other equal. There’s a good reason to why the Swedes are known to be the happiest people in the world. They have free education, yes, free education is provided at Colleges and Universities and at the Higher Education Level, although only for Swedes at the moment. They also receive monetary aid as an allowance for full-time studies. Healthcare is a well-developed affair with the average lifespan of the people being 80 years and any medical care exceeding a specific cost is free.
Financial Stability and job security are a few of the Danish perks, stemming from their brilliant economy. They are also the pioneers in healthcare, having incorporated a model of E-Health or Electronic Health that makes Medical records digitized, providing easier access to doctors on patient records, creating a more efficient health care system that the people have access to. Educational prowess is high among the Danes, given their well-developed education system, where students are not charged any fees in schools but are also provided with a monthly allowance that functions as education support.
Apart from being a country whose population enjoys the benefit of leading a long life, with the average life expectancy of 85 years, Japan is also known to provide a good lifestyle to its citizens.Having attained consistent development through hard work and self-reliance, the Japanese have come a long way from the shambles of World War II. Yes, the Japanese lead a well-balanced life, loaded with healthy practices, including, exercise and intake of healthy food, in moderation alongside, living in humble homes. They work with utmost diligence and are known to the world as one of the most hardworking sets of people.
The Dutch are a friendly, healthy and tolerant bunch of people who have the learned the art of peaceful co-existence. They are best known and recognized as ardent cyclists, with people owning cycles that makeup twice the number of people living there!. Hence, their health is top notch and they remain as exuberant as ever with their fitness. Family life is something that is prioritized to a great extent and people live in tight-knit harmony. One can easily find a suitable spot to set up home at relatively lower costs and with extremely low crime rates and a social life that is all-inclusive, much is expected from the dutch.