Top 10 countries in the world you might wanna consider migrating to.

Yesterday I posted an eye-opener for those who wanna migrate to the US, here's some interesting news of the best places
to migrate to for the best living standards. if
you meet the requirements. There are a whole
lot more beautiful places in the world but
these have been selected based on the
following CRITERIA–
1. Quality of Living
2. Safety
3.Employment Rate and Average daily
4. Language Spoken
Other opinions are welcome too.

10. U.S.A. – U.S.A is the world’s most
powerful country. The Whole world do
business on $US. That is a symbol of
stability.There are people from different
communities from all over the world here
which provides safety. US have a strong social
security system and a
Per capita income of about $45,000
However, the unemployment rate is 8.9%
,which is quite huge. Also US has tough rules
for migrants, especially now that visa lottery
entrance for Nigerians have been stopped.
9. NEWZEALAND – New Zealand is an island
country in the south-western Pacific Ocean. Its
population is just above 40 million and density
per km. Is 20. Most of the people speak
English. Main occupation is agriculture, which
constitutes 28% of export . Standard of living
in Newzealand is very high. Its an easy country
to migrate if your professional skills are
required. Low IELTS bands are required.
8. NETHERLANDS – Netherlands, which also
includes most of present-day Belgium,
Luxembourg, and some land of France and
Germany is one of the best countries to
migrate to.The weather is great here, average
temperature in the summer is 10 degree
Celsius and in winters which comes in January
it goes as low as 0. Education is compulsory
between the age 4 and 16 and partially
between 16 to 18. But the official language in
Netherlands is Dutch. The per capita income
here is $46000 which is more than US. Also
the unemployment rate is just 4.6% here.
7. Luxembourg – The country has a highly
developed economy, with the world's highest
GDP per capita($105,000) according to the
IMF and World Bank. Three languages are
recognised as official in Luxembourg: French,
German, and Luxembourgish but English is
spoken by a lot of people . Luxembourg's
stable, high-income economy features
moderate growth, low inflation, and low
unemployment. Unemployment rate is under
5%. Main occupations in Luxembourg
steel,transportation and communication.
6. Australia – Australia is a country in the
Southern Hemisphere. Although most of
Australia is semi-arid or desert but its eastern
part is livable where temperature remains
10-20 degree Celsius. Standard of living is very
high and per capita income is $55,500.
Unemployment rate is 4.9%. But you need to
be on their skills shortage list to be considered
for immigration
5. Canada – Canada is a country full of
variations. People from all around the world
have migrated here. Official languages are
French and English. Standard is living is very
high here. People here are safe. It is a
beautiful country attracting so may people
around the world. Also it is an relatively easy
country to migrate to.
4. Liechtenstein .– You probably never heard
of this one lol! It a small country with just area
of 164km sq and population of 35,700 . But
it’s a rich country and its unemployment rate
is 1.5%, lowest in the world. Per capita
income is $113,000. Official language here is
3. Denmark – It’s the happiest country in the
world. While the per capita income is $ 55,200
unemployment rate is below 5%. Official
language is danish though a few people speak
2. Switzerland – Switzerland the world’s most
beautiful country attracting a lot of tourist
every year. Standard of living of people here is
very high. Social security system is very
strong. Per capita income is $67,000 which is
very high and a very stable economy. But the
problem is that ,migration rules in Switzerland
are quite tough
1. Norway – Norway has been ranked number
one by Human Development Index . Official
language here is Norwegian but most people
understand English. Standard of living is the
highest in the world. The southern and western
parts of Norway experience more precipitation
and have milder winters than the southeastern
part. Export revenues from oil and gas have
risen to 45% of total exports and constitute
more than 20% of the GDP. All in all it’s the
best country in world to migrate to. If you
want to go as a student go for Oslo
University ,it offers huge scholarships.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

this is very informative....tnx man