French bank Natixis has analyzed the safety and living conditions of retirees in 44 countries. After four years in third place, Norway climbed to the top in the 2022 report, he wrote Aftenposten.
The report examines conditions in four main areas: health, financial security, quality of life, and material prosperity. Norway is in the top ten in all of these key areas. Put together, Norway really is at the top.
Jan Davidsen, chairman of the Pensioners’ Association, insists that this is the result of hard work.
– In Norway, we’ve been working actively to secure time after you leave work life. This is because we have a well-organized work life, he told Aftenposten.
A financial boost for pensioners lifted Norway from third place last year to first this year. Norway has little economic disparity and a low unemployment rate. We score high for environment and living conditions, and Norway is top of the line when it comes to health. Norway is slightly worse off on the happiness index than last year. This puts us below Finland, Denmark and Sweden in quality of life for retirees.
Norway is followed by Switzerland, with Iceland in third place overall. Weather and climate are not included in the assessment.
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