The Brazilian TV channel Globo News broadcasted a reportage presenting the country that was elected for the fifth consecutive time as the best country to live in. Click here to watch the video (audio only in Portuguese).
Norway offers much higher salaries, as the reportage highlights, but is also much more expensive. However, the life quality for those who live in Norway is the best in world, according to the United Nations.
As the it witnessed a financial crisis in the 80’s, Norway has learned how to save its oil profits and created what is commonly reffered to as the Oil Fund. Large investments on public education have also contributed to the creation of such an equal society.
Enjoy the video!