I think everyone would like to live long and healty, but what are the countries with the highest quality of life index? Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving us some very useful tips.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the countries with the highest quality of life index.
The first one is Germany. Let’ see what the writer thought wbout Germany: “I must admit I had some prejudice about Germany and its people, before visiting it. I thought they were cold, and that everything is so neat that is kind of unnatural, but I was completely wrong. I found Germans to be very kind and polite, and the environment so nice and beautiful, roads fantastic, everything just perfect. I was really impressed. Germans live 81 years on average (14th highest in the world), and they should be very pleased with their life, with Germany the 16th place among the happiest countries in the world.” The second country is New Zealand. All nature lovers are probably happy to see New Zealand on our list. If you are looking for a country that has great living conditions, but also amazing natural sceneries and a pleasant climate, then maybe you should consider New Zealand. Its residents should be very satisfied with their lives, as New Zeland ranks the 8th happiest country in the world, and the average life expectancy here is the 17th highest in the world, or 81.6 years, and 5th among the countries with the highest quality of life index on our list. At last, but not least, let’s see Switzerland, one of my favourite countries. Talking about no surprises. Switzerland is known for its high standard of living, and a currency that is perhaps the most stable in the world, Swiss franc. This is maybe due to the fact that the country had very little conflicts in history, which allowed it to have the safest banks in the world, as well. I guess all this contributes to the fact that its residents live, on average 83.4 years, which is the second highest in the world. Only Japanse people live longer by 0.3 years on average. How happy are the Swiss? Very, being the 4th happiest residents in the world.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 countries with the highest quality of life index