Top 10 Best Countries To Live In The World In 2019

Top 10 Best Countries To Live In The World In 2019

Happiness is the key in deciding the best
countries and Happiness is always a choice that any one can make. Regardless of where you are and what you are
going through, you can still choose to be happy, you can still choose to smile. Here are the 10 best countries to live in
the world in 2019. 1. Switzerland. Switzerland is a small country in Central
Europe made up of 16,000 square miles of glacier-carved Alps,
lakes and valleys. It’s one of the world’s wealthiest countries,
and has been well-known for centuries for its neutrality. Switzerland has low unemployment, a skilled
labor force and one of the highest gross domestic products per capita in the world. The country’s strong economy is powered
by low corporate tax rates, a highly-developed service sector led by financial services and
a high-tech manufacturing industry. The country prides itself on its diversity,
and is home to regions with distinct cultural identities. Switzerland is one of the most modern and
stylish tourism-offering nations in the world. The scenery in Switzerland has a lot to offer
those moving there, it is famous for its dramatic mountains and calm lakes. The temperature does vary from different locations
and tends to be warmer in the south and cooler in the north. 2. Japan. Japan, one of the world’s most literate
and technically advanced nations. While most of Japan is covered by mountains
and heavily wooded areas, the country’s roughly 126 million people lead a distinctly
urban lifestyle. Long culturally influenced by its neighbors,
today the country blends its ancient traditions with aspects of Western life. Japan is known worldwide for its traditional
arts, including tea ceremonies, calligraphy and flower arranging. All residents of Japan are required by the
law to have health insurance coverage. In Japan, harmony is very important. Japanese people follow rules and try to avoid
conflicts as much as possible. They are very harmonious and very disciplined. The crime rate in Japan is relatively low,
and the policemen don’t have guns. 3. Canada. Canada takes up about two-fifths of the North
American continent, making it the second-largest country in the world after Russia. Canada is regarded as one of the best countries
to live in the world because of its exceptional factors like high rate of life satisfaction,
lower murder rates, unique old age pension programs and mostly free healthcare system. It is also regarded as one of the most peaceful
countries in the world. It values education and has long ensured all
young citizens have access to the best schooling available no matter what their background. More than half of its residents graduate from
college. Canada is the second largest country in the
world and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful. From ice bound arctic tundra and snow sprinkled
peaks to sparkling lakes and vast woodlands, Canada can take your breath away at every
turn. 4. Germany. Germany, the most populous nation in the European
Union, possesses one of the largest economies in the world,
and has seen its role in the international community grow steadily since reunification. In the world market, Germany has a workforce
of high skills, less corruption, a high degree of innovation and large capital stock. Germany is one of the globe’s leading importers
and exporters. Services, which include industries such as
telecommunications, health care and tourism, contribute the greatest amount to the country’s
economy. Germany is also one of the world’s most
popular migration destinations, though its open-door policy has become a point of contention
in the wake of crimes committed within the country’s borders recently. 5. The United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is a highly developed nation
that exerts considerable international economic, political, scientific and cultural influence. The capital city, London, is a major international
financial center and one of the most visited cities in the world. The banking and tourism industries are parts
of a larger service sector that powers much of the nation’s economic growth. It is also a world leader when it comes to
medicine and research, and boasts some of the best hospitals you can find. The United Kingdom is also home to some of
the top universities in the world, including Oxford, Cambridge and Imperial College London. The outdoorsman or woman will be right at
home with all the beautiful country Great Britain has to offer. You’ll be able to hike mountains, stroll
through the fabled countrysides, and enjoy a coastline that is beyond beautiful. 6. Sweden. The Kingdom of Sweden, flanked by Norway to
the west and the Baltic Sea to the east is one of the largest countries in the European
Union by land mass. Despite its militaristic roots, Sweden has
remained neutral in times of war for centuries. Instead, commitment to human rights, public
service and sustainability have helped to make it a respected leader in international
affairs. Health care, as well as a college education,
are free, and its people boast one of the longest life expectancies in the world. If you are planning on having children here,
parents here get 480 days of paid parental leave so share between them. Swedes are some of the world’s most generous
people, donating about 1 percent of gross national product to humanitarian aid programs
each year. The society continues to diversify as a growing
number of refugees, currently accounting for 10 percent of the population, are welcomed
into Swedish borders. 7. Australia. A country and continent surrounded by the
Indian and Pacific oceans. Australia has one of the lowest air pollution
levels in the world. It is considered a wealthy nation with a market-based
economy that has a comparatively high gross domestic product and per capita income. The nation has a high rate of participation
in sporting activities, and boasts a comparatively high life expectancy for both females and
males. The standard of education is excellent with
great government and private schools and a wide range of tertiary institutions to choose
from. Schooling is compulsory from the age of five
to sixteen. The rate of unemployment is low in Australia
but there are shortages of many professional and trade occupations. Australia is also blessed with uncountable
national parks, conservation parks, game reserves, recreation parks, wildlife protection areas,
conservation reserves and marine reserves. 8. Norway. The Kingdom of Norway is the westernmost country
in the Scandinavian peninsula, made up mostly of mountainous terrain. Norway’s coastline is made up of thousands
of miles of fjords, bays and island shores. Whether you are driving or taking a rail trip,
the stunning scenery which stretches for miles and miles is breathtaking. Norway is a high income nation with a vibrant
private sector and a substantial safety net. Health care is more or less free for everybody. Schools in Norway offer a well-rounded education
and public education is not only inexpensive, but also of exceptional quality. And as the kids get older, parents can take
comfort that Norwegian college and university education is offered free of charge. 9. The United States. The United States of America is a North American
nation that is the world’s most dominant economic and military power. Likewise, its cultural imprint spans the world,
led in large part by its popular culture expressed in music, movies and television. The US economy is the world’s largest in
terms of gross domestic product, and also the most technologically powerful. The US is culturally and racially diverse,
and was shaped by large waves of immigration from Europe and beyond. Whether you prefer a bustling metropolis or
a quiet town, everybody will find their dream location in the USA. The country is also home to some of the top
universities in the world, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology. Despite being the foremost global power, the
US still faces domestic challenges, including racial tensions, income inequality and an
increasingly polarized electorate. 10. New Zealand. New Zealand is one of the world’s best places
to live in, best place to raise your family. It has a very pleasant climate,
cultural attractions, health care, a good educational system, and modern cities. New Zealand’s stable, peaceful and safer
than just about anywhere else in the world. Low density and scattered populations make
for peaceful exploration of the nation’s impressive mountains and pristine beaches
of “Lord of the Rings” trilogy movie fame. There are wonderful opportunities for young
people to grow up with easy access to sports and outdoors, space and freedom: to ride horses,
to run along open beaches, to swim in clean water, to walk through native forests and
to truly experience the beauty of nature. Per capita income remains high and education
expenditures as a percent of gross domestic product are some of the highest in the world.

100 thoughts on “Top 10 Best Countries To Live In The World In 2019

  1. I state that the world is all beautiful but not to mention Italy, known throughout the world for art, culture, beauty, music, food, nature, folklore, etc. is that make it among the first places (if not the first) in the way among the most beautiful places on the planet, in this video I find it SHAME !!!premetto che il mondo è tutto bello ma per non parlare dell'Italia, conosciuta in tutto il mondo per arte, cultura, bellezza, musica, cibo, natura, folklore, ecc. È che la rendono tra i primi posti (se non il primo) in la strada tra i posti più belli del pianeta, in questo video lo trovo VERGOGNA !!!chi ha fatto sto video avrebbe dovuto visitare l'italia poi avrebbe valutato meglio.

  2. 1.Australia

    This is a list of countries that are best to live in (of course it’s my opinion)

  3. My favourite country is UK because it is good in many thing. For example it is so beautiful , it education is no 1 rank in the world and it military is also most powerful.

  4. America is a joke 👀! I'm an American and all we have is so called "freedom" I love that. It's not good to stay it's good to visit.

    From your neighborhood or not From the American

  5. The best country in particular 2019
    UNESCO: Italy
    Art: Italy
    Super Cars: Italy
    Fashion: Italy
    Food: Italy
    Design: Italy
    Architecture: Italy
    Manufacturing: Italy
    Life expectation: Italy
    History: Italy
    Climate: Italy
    Mafia: Italy

  6. O Canada! Our home and native land!

    True patriot love in all of us command.

    With glowing hearts we see thee rise,

    The True North strong and free!

    From far and wide,

    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

    God keep our land glorious and free!

    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

    O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

  7. My persnoal favourite (as a Brit):

    10: Sweden
    9: UK
    8: USA
    7: Japan
    6: Germany
    5: Canada
    4: Norway/Denmark (couldn’t choose)
    3: Australia
    2: Finland
    1: New Zealand

    (Honorable mentions: The netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Belgium)

    (Also I know there’s a lot of hate for the Uk and US but they really aren’t as bad as people are saying)

  8. The country where you live is the happiest country in this planet ,,, this is what you need to believe ,,, only then your country will become happy ,, no matter which ever country you live

  9. Japan? A country where there’s literally a word for death by overworking is in 2nd place? You guys must be dreaming or something.

  10. The actual rankings from a real website:
    1. Switzerland
    2. Japan
    3. Canada
    4. Germany
    5. UK
    6. Sweden
    7. Australia
    8. US
    9. Norway
    10. France

    This is the website:

  11. Japan? Are you fucking kidding me? Why does everyone in the fucking world worships Japan so. I am Japanese, I fucking hate living in Japan. Everyone is so cold towards other people like fucking robots, work hours are ridiculous, you are expected to conform and not show individuality, being a high school student there SUCKS ASS cuz you are expected to get ridiculously high grades on ridiculously hard exams in order to get to college. Sure it looks nice on the outside, but no hunny, it’s HELLISH, listen to me, HELL. I’m currently in Taiwan, everyone is so nice and warm here, the cities are as clean as Japan could be but without the shitty parts about Japanese society and the whole country is rich in beautiful Chinese culture. Taiwan deserves to be on that list, not Japan. I dare say Taiwan Numba One, Mainland China can suck dick. And the US IS ON THAT DAMN LIST??? Americans are the scums of the earth, IDGAF if Japan is allies with USA that stupid alliance shouldn’t have happened in the first place. Oh and btw Singapore is the best for entrepreneurship, not Japan, Singapore should replace Japan on that list.

  12. USA 🇺🇸 should have been number 1 , we invite everybody in ! Not to many questions asked , the other top rated countries before this ranking ask a lot of questions!

  13. Of course australia is the best its not to cold and not to hot and for the best reason there is no litter like other countries its true those other countries on the list idk how wheres australia as the BEST!!!!! At least its on the list


  15. The best country in the world to live is india… The most beautiful country…. 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

  16. I guess we're all just gunna forget that nearly every single aspect of modern life was invented in america, by americans. Sure, maybe other countries are great now, but you can thank us 🇺🇸 for making you that way. Spreading inventions, entrepreneurship, and representative democracy since 1776


  18. Hello, I have videos of world cities on my channel. Would you like to see?

  19. curious, every country has western idology and don´t tell japan hasnt because after ww2 japan focus in western culture.

  20. My top 3 favourite countries:
    3. UK
    2. Australia
    1. USA
    Even though I’m Australian and I really love that country and it’s actually safer. But I just can’t resist the great stuff in America.

  21. Best country ♡


  22. Why is everyone so bad against America most of the bad things it had done your countries have and your countries also have fat people in them and are polluting

  23. Why would you include The United States?
    We just broke a history record on having the 400 top wealthiest Americans paying less taxes then all tax brackets and yes, including McDonald's and all retail workers!
    Our minimum wage is $7.25 an hour! Characteristics of minimum wage workers, 2017. In 2017, 80.4 million workers age 16 and older in the United States were paid at hourly rates, representing 58.3 percent of all wage and salary workers.
    Thanks Republicans, for the cuts to our educational system since Reagan, that have led uneducated idiots to vote for you! Trump being the most idiotic!

  24. USA? The freedom of the people is taken away by bullets yet people still worship the right of owning guns people be using the second amendment for totally different purposes than what is was made for. Blinding Patriotism, Banckrupcy through health care and massive student loans are the ongoing trends in America. Unchanging Constitution in a constantly changing world. Poor societal advancenment racism discrimination is what u find here In America. Income inequality Opioid problems too many druggies and mentaly unstable people.
    People tied controlled by the government through taxes yet people being blind to all this. USA the country that bans kinder eggs yet allows teachers to own a gun # Texas walmart shooting. Workaholic and materialistic mentality the country gives a feeling of a working factory. # we all chained to the rythm. USA a country where money guns and power are a first priority . USA has potential people just dont know how to go about it 1 pro tho you can make lots of money. In any job if u really want it. in USA people lowkey live in fear and are paranoid and it's no surprise.

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