Pakistan is one of the last of those who perform poorly in quality of life. He was ranked 73 out of 80 countries and was named one of the 10 worst countries for his quality of life.
In addition to the essential indicators of a country’s prosperity, such as access to food and housing, medical care, quality education and employment, intangible factors such as political stability, job security, freedom and environmental quality. they also determine the development path of a country.
Pakistan Among the Worst 10 Countries for Quality of Life
Therefore, although a country’s GDP, GDP and per capita income is important to determine its growth, the quality of life can only be assessed after considering the intangible factors.
According to the ratings, Canada treats its citizens as the best in all phases of life. The second country to follow is Sweden and the third country that offers the best quality of life for the inhabitants is Denmark.
It is quite understandable that the western region also exceeds the eastern one in this area. However, some Asian countries fared better than others. Unfortunately, Pakistan scored 73th out of 80 countries, which won two places less than the previous year, as it scored 71th in 2018 and ranked among the 10 worst countries in quality of life.
2019 Best Countries Rankings:-
The rankings were published by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, BAV Group, a unit of global marketing communications company VML & R. It is based on a study that has evaluated more than 20,000 global four-country citizens to investigate the perceptions of 80 countries in 75 different indicators.
The study took into account, among other things, perceptions of affordability, the labor market situation, economic stability, family equity, income equality, security, political stability, the well-developed public education system and the system. of well-developed public health.
Top 20 Countries with Quality of Life:
Here are the top 20 performers on the quality of life rankings.
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom
- United States
India ranks 34th and dropped two places in 32th in the past year. In addition, Russia ranked 36th in the position, while Saudi Arabia reached 39th positions.