The rank of European countries by quality of living

While most European countries have a GDP per capita higher than the world’s average and are very highly developed, some European countries are still now very poor and have a lower GDP per capita. The difference in wealth across Europe can be seen roughly in former Cold War divide, with some countries breaching the divide, such as Greece, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and the Czech Republic. Before moving to European continent for work or for retirement, it is important to take in consideration the most important objective and subjective factors during the decision-making. The quality of living is one of the… Continue reading

The rank of Asian countries by quality of living

While the economies of most Asian countries can be characterized as developing, there is enormous variation among them. Part of this continent is Japan, one of the world’s most economically developed countries, and also Afghanistan, one of the most poorest countries of the world. This variation has a regional dimension. Most of the countries of Southwest Asia fall within one of the middle-income categories and most of the countries of North and Central Asia fall within the low-income category, as defined by the World Bank. Before moving to Asian continent for work or for retirement, it is important to take… Continue reading

The rank of American countries by quality of living

America or Americas comprise the totality of North and South America and it make up most of the land in Earth’s western hemisphere and comprise the New World. In this continent, there is a widely varied economy, with the large nations of United States and Canada having modern, industrial economies, while the rest of the countries have many economic and political problems. There is a big difference in wealth across American countries, and this means a big difference in the GDP per capita, where United States and Canada have the highest GDP per capita of the continent. Before moving to… Continue reading

The rank of African countries by quality of living

Despite African continent is blessed with gold, diamonds, oil, coltan, bauxite, uranium, iron ore and other valuable resources, it is considered the poorest continent on Earth. Living in most of the African countries is not easy for nobody and most of people lives below the poverty line. The extreme poverty has many reasons, some of which are closely linked. Some of them are the growth of population, wars, crises, climatic conditions, illness, inadequate agricultural infrastructure, unjust trade structures etc. Before moving to African continent for work or for retirement, it is important to take in consideration the most important objective… Continue reading

Real estate market analysis: Oceanian continent

Oceania is a very diverse continent, with poor countries, developing countries and developed countries. Therefore, this means that the real estate market is very different between Oceanian countries, for example, the real estate market in Australia is completely different from the one in Solomon Island. There are many people from other continents, who are thinking to buy properties in Oceanian continent for investments purpose or other purpose. Buying an apartment in Oceania is not a simple process and it is important to take in consideration the most important objective and subjective factors during the decision-making. In addition, it is necessary… Continue reading