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  • OECD Says Canada the 5th Best Place to Live For a Better Life in 2014

    If you and your family want to enjoy a high standard of living, you should consider immigration to Canada. According to a recent report released by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Canada ranks as the 5th best place in the world for a better life. The 2014 OECD “Better Life Index” evaluated the 34 countries of the OECD, as well as Brazil and Russia, based on 11 factors that have been associated with a high quality of life and overall happiness and found that people who live in Canada experience a higher quality of life than those living in the majority of the Earth’s most advanced countries!


    The OECD reported that, “Canada performs very well in many measures of well-being, as shown by the fact that it ranks among the top countries in a large number of topics in the Better Life Index.” For example, Canadians earn more money, but work fewer hours than the average for the OECD countries, plus a higher percentage of Canadians have paid jobs in Canada compared to the average for the OECD countries. Canadians also tend to be better educated, live in healthier environments, and live longer than the average for the countries of the OECD.


    This incredible Canadian lifestyle has become the envy of the world and is a major motivation for immigration to Canada. After all, who wouldn’t want to raise their family in a beautiful, modern democracy that has so much to offer its 35 million residents? Canada is one of the most multicultural countries in the world, in which one out of every five people living there is foreign-born. This helps to make Canada a very immigrant-friendly country where Canadian newcomers can feel welcomed. There are also many good-paying jobs in Canada that qualified skilled foreign workers can apply for if approved for Canadian immigration.  In short, if you and your family dream of a better life, immigration to Canada could open the door to many great opportunities. To learn more about your Canadian immigration options, click here!

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