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Most Developed Countries In The World

Thursday, Aug 20, 2020, 8:35 am


Japan is often called the Land of the Rising Sun, with its name meaning 'sun origin." Made up of 6,852 islands, this country has the 10th largest population in the world, with 126 million citizens. Considered a major economic power, they have the third largest economy in the entire world.


Switzerland is one of the most developed countries in the world with the highest wealth per adult citizen. At 15,940 square miles, the Alps takes up a large portion of the land. The country is home to 8 million people, with low levels of business corruption. Cities such as Geneva and Zurich have the highest quality of life in the world.


With a small population, Ireland has 4.5 millions citizens with a high literacy rate of 99% and a life expectancy of 78.9 years. The country has high education standards and a balanced infrastructure. Ranked #7 for freedom of press, economy and politics, Ireland is one of the most developed countries in the world.


Germany has 82.2 million citizens with very high educational standards. Their literacy rate is 99% and the country is a major engineering exporter, with cars such as the Volkswagen. With low poverty rates, their unemployment rating is 7%. A major tourist destination, Germany residents have a life expectancy of 79.4 years.


The whole Island of Australia is its own country. The quality of life is high, with 100% literacy and an extremely high percentage of college graduates. The country is residence to 22.7 million people, with a life expectancy of 81.2 years. A beautiful place to live, with a stable government and protection of wildlife, it has the happiest of citizens.

6.United States

The most powerful country in the world, the United States of America is the most ethnically diverse. However, this country has a 15% poverty rate with a 9% unemployment rating. Education standards in America are behind the rest of the world and life expectancy is only 79 years, with obesity on the rise.


As the second largest country in the world, Canada is second to Russia in size. Sharing it's only border with the United States, the longest international border in the world, this country keeps ties with the United Kingdom. Very economically advanced, Canada has high education and literacy ratings, with a large amount of its residents being bi-lingual.



As one of the smallest countries in the world, Lichenstein is the least populated. At only 62 square miles, the whole country is only the size of Washington State, and has only 35,000 residents. They have zero debt, unemployment and poverty, with very high literary and education ratings. Not a bad place to live.


The tiny country of Sweden, that is about the size of California, has 9.3 million residents who are rated as some of the happiest in the world. Their life expectancy is 80.9 years and their low poverty rates and unemployment rates make them more stress free than in other countries.



Norway is rated as the most developed country in the world with low poverty and unemployment rates, and an extremely high education system. The life expectancy of the people of Norway is is 80.2 years and they have solidly good relations with other countries in Europe. With a universal health care system and advanced schooling, they are the envy of most countries.


The Netherlands is known for their high literacy and educational standards. They have a low poverty level and their unemployment rates are some of the lowest in the world. With a population of 16.7 million people ranking as some of the happiest people in the world, it's due to a stable economy, low taxes and beautiful cities.


12.New Zealand

New Zealand is one of the most developed countries in the world. With lush landscaping and a diverse animal life, the islands were the last to be settled by human beings. The country has high living standards and is considered to be one of the happiest in the world today.


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