Well, Finland is a great try as it was named the happiest country in the world for 2019 according to the United Nations Global Happiness Index. In fact, however, all Scandinavian countries are in the top ten, with Denmark in 2nd place, Norway in 3rd, Iceland in 4th (if Scandinavian countries are included) and Sweden in 7th.
The Scandinavian way of life in Scandinavia - Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Iceland - is arguably the best.
Citizens from Scandinavia People from other Scandinavian countries have an easier time of the immigration process. Residents of Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland who go to work in Norway must go to a tax office in person to obtain a tax card.
Residents of EU / EEA countries have the right to reside in Sweden and usually move around half of the country without any problems. Non-EU / EEA citizens must receive a job offer from a Swedish company prior to entry.
Both countries have beautiful nature, but Norway is more spectacular and Norwegians are generally more keen on outdoor activities than Swedes. Sweden has a more international business community, so it may be easier to find an interesting job. Norwegian wages are better for unskilled workers.
Denmark has a more diverse economy and is more divided than Sweden. Sweden in general has many large companies. Sweden is a much larger country and some cities seem a bit remote. Denmark is much more compact, which makes it easier to travel to and from different cities or to continental Europe.
The most important countries are Singapore, New Zealand, Germany, Canada and Bahrain. Switzerland is the best country to live abroad if you want to earn more: the average salary for a foreigner is $ 202,865.
Norway is a very expensive country, but if you have the money it is worth a visit. Finland is also a Scandinavian country and is relatively expensive compared to the rest of Europe. It is usually cheaper than Norway. So, if you are short on cash, Finland may be a better alternative.
Denmark and Sweden are relatively expensive Scandinavian countries to visit. The high cost of living and high quality of life keep prices high for visitors. Copenhagen is a bit more expensive than Stockholm, but as Sweden is such a big country the transport costs are very high.
Sweden is a great place to live with nice people, good public services and a corporate culture that encourages people to find a good work-life balance. Unsurprisingly, many choose to move to Scandinavia’s largest country to enjoy all that Sweden has to offer.
Of the EU Member States, Poland issued the highest number of residence permits in 2017 (683,000), followed by Germany (535,000) and the United Kingdom (517,000).
Moving to a new country is not easy and although Norway is somehow an easier place to settle because the language is not too difficult to learn (at least for English speakers) and there are a lot of jobs here but on the other hand Norway has a very small population, so it’s weird to get out of here.
Among the countries nominated in the friendship category, Sweden is in 56th place, Denmark in 59th and Norway in 50th. According to the report, Portugal is the friendliest country.
onhold said: Canada is better, it doesn’t have the extreme hostility towards Muslim immigrants that Denmark is famous for, people can integrate better here (if they wish), and people are more open and friendly.
Yes, you can move to the UK without a job if you have enough money to support yourself and are a European (EEA) citizen, born to a UK parent or eligible for one of the following visas: Tier 5 Youth Mobility (dies is the country and specific by age) ancestry in Great Britain. Right to live.