FINLAND IS A GOOD OPTION TO STAY
There are many reasons why to live in Finland!
Finland has been nominated as the happiest country in the World!
The Copenhagen-based Happiness Research Institute points out that Finland tops the happiness list despite not having the highest GDP of the Nordic countries. It is the country’s social safety net combined with personal freedom and a good work-life balance that gives it the edge.
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Finland is one of the greenest countries
The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) places Finland among the ten greenest countries in the world and the best at Environmental Health. According to the Pollution Index, Finland has the world’s cleanest air and environment.
Finland has the world´s cleanest water
Finland also invests the most into protecting water purity. Finland has an abundance of high-quality natural water; around 60% of all drinking water is sourced from ground water and the rest from surface waters, i.e. lakes and rivers. Up to 80% of all lake water and 40% of river water is classified as good or excellent in quality.
The absolute cleanest air ever measured comes from Finland.
The cleanest air ever recorded was sampled in the Pallas-Ylläs Natural Park, on Sammaltunturi in the municipality of Muonio.
Finland is the world’s safest country from natural disasters.
Large-scale hurricanes, earthquakes or floods do not occur in Finland.
Finland is considered a stable and safe country to visit and live
Finland’s police force and public safety are ranked second-best in the world.
Finland is the world’s most stable country.
Finland is the freest country in the world, along with Norway and Sweden.
Finland is the second-least socioeconomically vulnerable nation and has the second-best abilities to overcome socioeconomic challenge
Finland is known as a haven of equality, and studies also show Finns to be very happy and satisfied
Finland is known as a haven of equality, and studies also show Finns to be very happy and satisfied.
Finland is the best country in the world for human wellbeing. Finland is the world’s happiest nation.
Finland is the second-most equal country in the world.
Within Europe, Finns are the second-most satisfied with their life