Most Developed Countries in the World

Most Developed Countries in the World

Most developed countries are the ones, which are having some best quality of lifestyle, which includes the basic requirements of a human life, such as the health of an individual in a country, the education systems of that country, earning per person of a country, life security, best quality of food reach, less working hours of employees, and several other factors according some of which are a personal choice by the self preferences, but generally the above discussed factor react over a happy living in any country.

A developed country is the one which includes all these necessary human requirements at its best, comparatively to the other, to solve this puzzle of these several factors, the term Human Development Index HDI is considered to judge a more happier and developed life in a country.

Except these materialistic factors there are several other factors like the spirituality preference for a place to live more happily in even a less developed one, the inequality among the citizens of country, and the racism factors may affect a pleasant life in a developed country. Meanwhile this list of developed country mainly based over the GDP of a country and the HDI Human Development Index of a country.

Here is the list of the most developed countries of the World.

11. Singapore

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.912
Life expectancy at birth 83.0
Gross national income (GNI) per capita ( PPP $) 76,628
GDP Gross Domestic Products Per Capita $ 53,053


Singapore is a very much well established industrial state, country is having Human Development Index the HDI, 0.912. Singapore has less population which is just 5.4 million people, this country is having a very good number of average life expectancy that shows the human development of the Singaporean people. Its gross national income is also above average which shows the earning of a country. Economy of Singapore mainly rely over trading and manufacturing industries. That could be seen from its GDP.

10. New Zealand

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.913
Life expectancy at birth 81.80
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 32,689
GDP Gross Domestic Products Per Capita $ 37,760

New Zealand

This developed country is an aggregate of numerous islands, this happy living country is ruled by the Queen Elizabeth, and is having a high quality of life at an awesome place in the World, as geographically it is having some priceless views, Its high HDI, and above average life expectancy rate of the country making it among the most developed countries of the world.

09. Canada

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.913
Life expectancy at birth 82.0
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 42,155
GDP Gross Domestic Products 42,319


Canada is the not a densely populated country, as it has less people as per land the country is having, so it offers the interested ones to migrate for the sake of a better life style, its pleasant weather and the pure environment of the country due to less population, makes its life expectancy at 82 years, Canada provide some best quality of the HDI requirements, like education, a wider range of earning opportunities in the country, and most important the health facilities makes it one of the best place to live in.

08. United States.

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.915
Life expectancy at birth 79.10
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 52,947
GDP Gross Domestic Products 57,294

United States

The United States has a GDP (PPP) per capita of $57,294, by which it is the 6th country in the world for a happy life, comparatively the life expectancy of the country is few years less than other countries. This massive economy of the world is based mainly over their huge production industry, and the natural resources U.S is having. Only 14.5% of the whole population of America can be said poor living standards, as all we know it is one of the strongest countries in the world, life security seems to be high comparing to the other western countries, in several states of U.S the unemployment rate is up to 14 percent, Trading of this developed country is much stronger than any others, as it is having the trade sharing with several main countries of the world. It is having a high gross income of 52,294, and a much satisfactory HDI figure makes is one of the best places on earth to live in.

07. Ireland

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.916
Life expectancy at birth 80.90
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 39,568
GDP Gross Domestic Products 307.92


This is has also been predicted as the fastest growing economy of Europe, by the European Commission, this year Ireland’s economy can rise up to 4.9 percent, In its analysis of the Ireland’s economy, the European Commission said while Ireland’s world output, “the uncertainty surrounding external economic and policy developments invite some caution.” Ireland has a relatively less population which is 4.5 million, it is having a parliamentary democracy system. Ireland has a much high over the average literacy rate, of 99%, Ireland has a high education standard, life expectancy of the country is also above average which is 78.9 years.

06. Germany

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.916
Life expectancy at birth 80.90
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 43,919
GDP Gross Domestic Products 3494.90


Germany one of the main city of the European Union, it is having a attractive Human Development Index (HDI) which is 0.911 which makes this one of the most developed country in the whole world. Germany has a life expectancy of 80.90 years, 77.93 years for men and 82.58 years among women. It comes as the 16th country in the world by its GDP (PPP) per capita. Germany is ranked as the 3rd largest for the trading of goods, has the 4th largest economy in the world, it is also having the manufacturing edge of the main leading car manufacturers in Germany, which supports much to ts strong and stable market economy, Germany is having a much high standard of living as it can also be seen by its HDI. German universities are also believed the best ones in the whole world, health standards are also much above the average European countries, 75% of health care costs being covered by taxes, and the remainder being paid for privately.

05. Netherlands

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.922
Life expectancy at birth 81.60
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 45,435
GDP Gross Domestic Products 769.93


Netherlands has a population of almost 17 million and Dutch people are believed on number seven for the health throughout the world, as it is ranked 7th on the list of most healthiest countries in the world. This country is much more conscious for the health issues, it spends nearly 11.1% of its annual GDP over health issues. For every 1,000 people there are on average 3.1 doctors available. Its HDi of 9.22 makes it a good choice to live in, its life expectancy is also high which is 81.60 years. GDP per capita of Netherlands is 769.93, making it a strong economy as well, beside its high life style. Agriculture is the main source of income of this developed country.

04. Denmark

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.923
Life expectancy at birth 80.20
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 44,025
GDP Gross Domestic Products 302.57


Denmark is an incredible place to live in as it is having a high HDi figure, and is GNI values, expected life span of Denmark is great, this developed country is having an unlucky fact that it is having the highest rate of cancer, but the efficient government is spending its 6 percent of GDP over the health issues, total GDP of Denmark is 302.57 billion dollars. “My first experience of Denmark came as a teenager, living there for a year as an exchange student. My first youthful Danish loves were the pastries, the furniture design, and the long summer nights. These days I return with the same passions, enriched with an adult appreciation for Denmark’s egalitarianism, its belief that cities belong to people not cars, and its endless quest for hygge. It helps that everything is”, one of the happiest resident said. Denmark has a high number of GNI value which is 44,025.

03. Switzerland

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.930
Life expectancy at birth 83.0
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 56,431
GDP Gross Domestic Products 662.48


Switzerland is the heaven on earth you can say by its natural geography, it is the most beautiful country for a millions of tourists from all over the world. the high HDI shows, that the health conditions are above average, the education systems are also great, and the opportunities are much wider due to the strong economical condition, In this country the national median income is close to 100,000 USD. it is having a high average expected birth rate of 83 years. GDP on Switzerland is estimated as 662.48, which is also above average among the similar economies, beside the giant ones, hence the life in Switzerland is great happy and long, that makes it great country for living. This country allows the transfer of funds from any anonymous identity from any country, the banks of Switzerland are equally facilitating its worldwide customers, which brings a huge amount to the developed country,

02. Australia

Human Development Index (HDI) 0.935
Life expectancy at birth 82.40
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 42,261
GDP Gross Domestic Products 1256.64

Australia is having the second highest HDi figure all over the world, which makes it the second most developed country, it is having a superb studying system, which also attracts millions of foreign students, it is having one the best health system around the world, named ‘Medicare”, which is run mutually by both government and the private sector as well, health system of the Australia is providing a next level of treatment from years and country spends a lot over it, one of the requirement for a heavy HDI value is the number of opportunities for the individual residents, which is much high in Australia, as it beside the residents, it also attracts a large number of immigrants for a better future in Australia.

01. Norway

Human Development Index (HDI): 0.944
Life expectancy at birth: 81.60
Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $) 64,992
GDP Gross Domestic Products: 376.27

Norway is at number one by its most necessary component for the developed state, the HDI, which is 0.944 of the Norway, Norway from a long time has been the single best country in all the world, for living purpose. Norway is having an elite studying system and the extraordinary health standards, in the country makes it the best place to live in, Norway is also having a number of opportunities for earning. This is already predicted at number one position for living in the coming years as well, as the country is having a very much stable economy, it is having the educated generations by its strong studying system, which already confirmed the position of Norway, for the most happy, successful, and the wished life on planet, as it is the most developed country on earth, its life expectancy which is records 80 years for males and 84 years for females, Norway is also the 4th country in the world by GDP (PPP) per capita that is $55,398 and the life expectancy of the country makes its among the most developed ones in the World, an average purchasing power pushing $68,000, Norse residents are the richest ones in the World.

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