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Recently, the world's authoritative organizations have begun to publish various new rankings that are extremely eye-catching. Australia's performance on the major rankings has once again attracted hatred with the world...

The world's lowest hourly wage rankings: Australia's first!

Convergex, the world's authoritative trade service agency, evaluates the minimum hourly wages of various countries and publishes the "World's Lowest Hourly Wage Ranking".

(Source: Convergex official website)

In the latest list, the top 10 countries in order of ranking are: Australia, France, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Canada, Japan, United States, Spain, Greece and South Korea.It is worth noting that Australia has a minimum hourly wage of US$16.88, which is significantly ahead of the second-ranked France by US$2 and higher than the seventh-ranked United States of US$4.79; this gap is even equivalent to the minimum hourly wage in some countries.


The best quality of life ranking: Australia first!

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development11 standards, namely housing, income, employment, community, education, environment, civil participation, health status, life satisfaction, social security and work-life balance, To evaluate its 34 member states and publish the "Better Life Index" (Better Life Index).


(Source: OECD Better Life Index official website)

Since 2013, Australia has become the top country on the list; in the latest list of 2015, the top 10 countries in order are: Australia, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Denmark, Canada, the United States, New Zealand, Iceland, Finland.


Ranking of the world's most liveable cities: Australia first!


The Economist Intelligence Unit is based on30 factors including social security, healthcare, educational resources, infrastructure, living environment, etc., To evaluate 140 cities around the world, and publish the "World's Most Livable Cities Index" (Liveability Index).

(Source: The Economist Unit official website)

In the latest list, Australia’s Melbourne ranked first, Adelaide ranked fifth, Sydney ranked seventh, and Perth ranked ninth; among the top 5 cities, Australian cities occupied four seats. Leading other countries by absolute advantage.


Global Youth Happiness Ranking: Australia's No. XNUMX!

Center for World Strategy and International StudiesBased on factors such as economy, education, information technology, health, social security, citizen participation, etc., To evaluate 30 countries around the world, and publish the "Global Youth Wellbeing Index Rankings" (Global Youth Wellbeing Index Rankings).

(Source: CSIS official website)

The latest list shows that young people in Australia live better than young people aged 12-24 in other countries in the world; the top 10 countries in order of ranking are: Australia, Sweden, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, Japan, Spain , Saudi Arabia and Thailand.


The world's top ten most suitable countries for the birth and growth of children: Australia second!

"The Economist Intelligence Unit"Based on factors such as GDP, life expectancy, quality of life (based on divorce rate), employment stability, community quality of life, social security governance, gender equity, political freedom, climate, etc., To compare countries in the world, and launch "Top 10 Places On The Planet To Be Born And Raised" (Top XNUMX Places On The Planet To Be Born And Raised).

(Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit official website)

The top ten countries in order of ranking are: Switzerland, Australia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Singapore, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Canada and Hong Kong.


Human Development Index ranking: Australia second!

The United Nations willFactors such as income, education, health, etc., To evaluate the development status of its member countries, and publish the "Human Development Index" (Human Development Index).

(Source: UNDP Human Development Reports official website)

It is very worth noting that from 1980 to 2013 (no updated report has been released so far), Australia has maintained a very leading position in this ranking; in the latest list, the top 10 countries are ranked in order Yes: Norway, Australia, Switzerland, Netherlands, United States, Germany, New Zealand, Canada, Singapore, Denmark.


The best country in the world for retirement: Australia third!

The world-renowned investment bank Natixis Bank of France20 standards such as the country's economic status, pension policies and execution, the health status of retirees, the quality of health services provided to retirees, the personal safety status of retirees, and the comfort of retirees, To evaluate countries and announce the "Top 10 Countries for Retiree Welfare" (Top XNUMX Countries for Retiree Welfare).


(Source: Natixis official website)

从2013年至今,澳洲在该榜单上的排名不断上升:从2013年的第11上升至2014年的第5,又继续上升至2015年的第3。In the latest list in 2015, the top ten countries in order of ranking are: Switzerland, Norway, Australia, Iceland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Germany and New Zealand.It is worth mentioning that the general health and quality of life of Australian retirees are ahead of other countries.


World cost of living rankings: XNUMXth in Australia!


Numbeo, the world's authoritative database, evaluates 119 countries around the world and publishes the "Cost of Living Index by Country" (Cost of Living Index by Country).

(Source: Numbeo official website)

In the latest list of 2015, the top 10 countries in order are: Switzerland, Norway, Venezuela, Iceland, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Kuwait and the United Kingdom.Australia ranks 8th in housing rent; 7th in commodity prices; 14th in restaurant prices; and 9th in purchasing power of locals.


The most powerful passport in the world: Australia's sixth!

According to Good MagazineVisa exemption for passport holders of a country from other countries, To compare countries and publish the "Countries with Most Strong Passport in the World" (Countries with Most Strong Passport in the World).

(Source: Good Megazine official website)

In the latest list in 2015, a total of 167 countries around the world provide visa-free permits to Australian passport holders, making Australia the sixth most powerful country in the world.


World Happiness Index Ranking: XNUMXth in Australia!

The United Nations will6 major factors, namely, gross national product, social support, healthy life span, freedom of life choices, social generosity, and government integrity, To evaluate the happiness of its member countries, and publish the "World Happiness Report" (World Happiness Report).

(Source: World Happiness Report 2015 official website; the report results are taken from the survey average from 2012 to 2014)

In the 2015 "World Happiness Report", the top 10 countries in order of ranking are: Switzerland, Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Canada, Finland, the Netherlands, Sweden, New Zealand and Australia.


Ranking of the world's easiest countries to do business: Australia XNUMXth!


Every year the World BankAccording to 10 criteria, the difficulty of establishing a business, obtaining construction permits, obtaining power support, registering industries, obtaining loans, protecting small investors, paying taxes, international trade, executing contracts, and managing bankruptcy., To evaluate 189 countries around the world, and publish the "Ease of Doing Business Ranking" (Ease of Doing Business Ranking).

(Source: World Bank official website)

In the latest list in 2015, the top 10 countries in order are Singapore, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Denmark, South Korea, Norway, the United States, the United Kingdom, Finland and Australia.


World Higher Education Ranking: XNUMXth in Australia!

Universitas 21 University Alliance annuallyAccording to the four major factors, namely, the degree of investment in educational resources, the contribution of education to the labor market, the degree of integration of education with international and industry, and the degree of government and economic policy support for education, To evaluate 50 countries, and publish the "World Higher Education System Ranking List" (U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems).

(Source: Universitas 21 official website)

In the latest list in 2015, the top 10 countries in order of ranking are: the United States, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Australia.

In addition,In the "QS World University Rankings 2015" (QS World University Rankings 2015), Australia's eight top universities have all entered the top 100 list:澳大利亚国立大学排名25、墨尔本大学33、悉尼大学37、昆士兰大学43、新南威尔士大学48、莫纳什大学70、西澳大学89、阿德莱德大学100。

(Source: QS official website)


So dear ones:

If you want to earn an enviable salary...

If you want to enjoy the best quality of life at an acceptable cost of living...

If you want to travel the world with a powerful passport...

If you want to start your own small business in an open environment...

If you want higher education that is in line with the world...

If you want to provide a good environment for your children to grow up...

If you want to have the most comfortable retirement life...

Come to Australia... because this is a country where you can enjoy your happiness!

If you live in Australia, then quickly spread the facts of Australia's self-willedness and hatred all over the world!

Article reprinted from Micro Australia

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