Official List 2015 – World’s Top 20 Best Countries To Live In

No 9: Iceland

Happiness score – 7.355

  • Literate percentage of Iceland is 99.9, wherein you can find people buying and reading most books
  • In the Forbes list of  “top 10 cleanest countries”, Iceland hits the top position with a score of 93.5
  • It is entitled as the 8th wealthiest country in the world (with 6th highest GDP)
  • Icelanders have no army – Instead they have extraordinary rescue teams and coast guards
  • In the year 2011, GDP of Iceland was $12.3-billion. Since there is abundant resource of hydroelectric and geothermal energy in Iceland, electricity supply has never been an issue here. In fact, it is the world’s biggest electricity producer / capita

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  • The states of Iceland offer 9 months of fully paid maternity leave for moms. This leave duration could also be shared among the couple as they please
  • Crime rate of Iceland is merely zero, which is exactly why their banks hardly have any police officers. You can even see president’s home out in the open
  • World’s cleanest air can be breathed in Iceland. Life expectancy of men & women in Iceland is 76.4 and 81.3. These figures are one of the highest in the world. Safety and health measures have made Iceland to be in the list of top 10 best countries to live in
  • Societies over here provide an overwhelming priority in bringing up happiness among people. However, none of these is possible without their self-confidence


  1. Kevin Bhola says

    Everyone is complaining about how they hate where they are living and it's tough but i am from the Caribbean and as everyday goes by i just wish that i can migrate to another country that is really safe an makes life worth living….Currently the crime rate in my country is rapidly increasing, the murder toll is 264 so far and it was as high as 506 in 2008. The sad thing is that this country has billions of dollars since the oil boom which means that we can afford better but the government are just corrupted and so as the protected service. The fast-food delivery guy reaches faster than the emergency services, the police/fire/hospital can be 10mins away and they always take more than half hr….i would rather much live in the U.S any day, have any of you ever go to the hospital and there are no beds available? or even a doctor?. Well i won't like to say what country it is exactly but its known as TT so look it up.

  2. Lisa Staggs says

    Nina Vaughn-Mueller But I don't remember seeing any South American county on the list either. America is a great place to live, but you have to admit, everything Ben Ngo and Justin Reed said are true. It doesn't make anyone wrong for saying it.

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