Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

29-03-2017, 12:00
Old age is inevitable. And someone knows exactly what will hold it on the land of their ancestors, and someone, while still full of energy, chooses a place to live in retirement. There is a rating of countries that, for various reasons, are considered the best to spend in their old age.
Spain
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

A country in which more than 46 million people live (of which 11.3 million are older than 60 years), occupies a high place in the field of health care (especially in terms of the expected duration of healthy life and relative psychological well-being). In Spain, the environment is good, and most older Spaniards are satisfied with their safety and public transport.
Czech Republic
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

10.6 million people live in the Czech Republic, of which 2.6 million are over 60 years old. The country ranks first in the world in the area of ​​income security, and also has the lowest level of poverty among older people in Europe.Even the Czech Republic is distinguished by the level of education - 99.8% of local old people have a secondary or higher education.
Panama
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

In Panama, there are only 3.9 million people, including 0.4 million over 60. It ranks first in the area of ​​functionality (particularly in terms of the level of employment). There are also several other indicators for which Panama is above the regional average level: average life expectancy, relative psychological well-being and retirement income.
Ireland
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

6.4 million people live in Ireland, of which 0.9 million are over 60 years old. Known for its excellent ecology, Ireland holds consistently high places in all areas related to living standards. For example, there is a favorable environment, one of the highest indicators of social well-being among the elderly in the region and excellent indicators of the expected duration of healthy life at the age above 60 years.
Finland
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

Among the local 5.5 million inhabitants, one and a half million are over 60 years old. Finland is the first Scandinavian country to appear on the list of countries ideal for older people.Finland is particularly prominent in the area of ​​income security (100% of the elderly receive a pension) and a very low level of poverty among the elderly. Finns over the age of 60 are also completely satisfied with their security and civil liberties.

New Zealand

Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

Considered one of the most beautiful and diverse countries in the world, New Zealand is home to 4.7 million people (of which 0.9 million are over 60 years old). There is excellent health care, a high level of employment among the elderly and an excellent supply of retirees with a guaranteed income (98%).
Japan
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

Of the 127.1 million people living in Japan, 41.9 million are over 60 years old, Japan boasts the longest life expectancy in the world and the highest percentage of older people in the world. Elderly Japanese are guaranteed a healthy lifestyle, as well as a high level of security and civil liberties.
Netherlands
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

Of the 17 million Dutch people, 4.2 million are over 60 years old. This Western European country has values ​​above the average of all indicators by which the auspiciousness of elderly people in the country is assessed: a favorable environment, a low level of poverty among the elderly, and 100% retirement income coverage.Old Dutch are also well educated: 81% of them have a secondary or higher education.
Germany
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

The most populous EU country, Germany is home to 82.2 million people, of which 22.3 million have already crossed the 60-year milestone. The employment rate among the elderly here is 63.5%, and the education level is 96.4%.
Switzerland
Ten countries that can be called "paradise for pensioners"

Of the 8.4 million locals, 2 million are over 60 years old. Switzerland is famous for many things, including the transparency of government actions, civil liberties, quality of life, a clean environment, competitiveness of the economy, human development, etc.

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