Ranked: The 44 Most Privileged Countries around the World

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Good fortune is a mixture of many things, from sheer determination, fate, destiny, persistence, hard work and consistency. There are 195 countries around the globe but not every nation offers its citizens a privileged life, happiness, and satisfaction. Here is the study conducted by ABCD agency that shows that some people are very privileged to live in geographically and economically better countries.

To analyse the data for the study,  all 37 member states of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, as well as Argentina, Bulgaria, Brazil, India, Russia, Singapore and South Africa were included in the research.

All of the above-mentioned countries were evaluated in the following four study fields-

  • Career Opportunities
  • Liberty and Life Satisfaction
  • Safety and Health
  • Finance

Let's have a look at the result

From career opportunities to financial stability, these nations are truly role models for the other countries:

  1. Switzerland– In the list Switzerland holds the top position with a total score of 100 out of 100. The life of the people of this country is truly a privilege. Whether its in career opportunities, health infrastructure, climate, education, economy and even the common civil code are made according to the growth of its citizens. It is the wealthiest nation in the world when it comes to GDP per capita. One more important fact is that Switzerland is the 17th biggest exporter globally.
  1. Iceland- In the study, Iceland holds the number two spot in the rankings with a total score of 91.49 points. According to the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Index, Iceland is top in gender equality. In liberty and life satisfaction, Iceland holds a good score of 94.17 points. In career opportunities, the nation scored 93.81 points which makes this country the second most privileged in the world.
  1. Norway- In third place in the list Norway had a total score of 89.39 out of 100. One more proud fact about Norway is its top scores in two of the major factors in the study. In career opportunities, it scored 100 out of 100 and the same for  liberty and life satisfaction.

41 more in the list of most privileged countries

  1. Luxembourg
  2. Denmark
  3. Finland
  4. Australia
  5. Sweden
  6. Austria
  7. The Netherlands
  8. New Zealand
  9. Ireland
  10. Belgium
  11. Canada
  12. France
  13. United Kingdom
  14. Germany
  15. United States
  16. Japan
  17. Slovenia
  18. Spain
  19. Italy
  20. Czech Republic
  21. Estonia
  22. Portugal
  23. South Korea
  24. Israel
  25. Poland
  26. Slovakia
  27. Lithuania
  28. Latvia
  29. Hungary
  30. Greece
  31. Chile
  32. Turkey
  33. Mexico
  34. Singapore
  35. Costa Rica
  36. India
  37. Russia
  38. South Africa
  39. Argentina
  40. Brazil
  41. Bulgaria

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