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Great Place To Live

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Many people said that Denmark is a great place to live and I agree with it.

After I read the information that teacher gave to me I started to understand that this country is the happiest country with the happiest people.

Denmark people generally all of them are well educated, informed with good attitude and this mean that they have a good lifestyle.

One of the things about Denmark that makes it a good country is that they have free education and free health care; many people help each other, sharing their good like a family.

Something that surprised me is that Denmark is the least corrupt country and I always thought that in all the countries there is a big index of corruption.

Other thing about Denmark is that they have a good and easy skill of business without spending a lot of money and effective.

Many countries are stressed by the work but in this country they are very flexible, they work just 37 hours in a five-day week and they have 5 weeks of paid vacation every year.

Another amazing thing about this country is their language skills; in this country many people speak Danish, obviously, English, German, French and Swedish.

This country has a lot of things to talk about but in summary, this country called Denmark is the best country in the world and I never thought that a place like this can exist. Maybe someday I will visit this awesome country.

Why don´t you think about it?

Comparison between Mexico and Denmark.

Literacy and Education

Denmark scores best for education between these two countries. Here's how it does on some key aspects of education system, languages and skills:

The educational level of Danes is high. There are nine years of compulsory education, and almost all education is a free benefit as part of the Danish welfare system.

Every Dane over the age of 18 is entitled to public support for his or her further education. From the age of 18, young people receiving education may obtain public support, the so-called State Educational Grant or "SU" (Statens Uddannelsesstøtte), so that no one is precluded from further education because of social or economic reasons.

More than half of Mexico's 15-year-old students don't have basic math and science skills, according to the Paris-based Program for International Student Assessment, which tests education systems throughout the world. Four in ten high school students drop out. And thousands of rural children study in primitive conditions.

There’s something categorically wrong in Mexico’s education system when out of 134,704 teachers that took a simple test, over 70 percent don’t get half of it right and only 309 (0.2 percent) get a perfect score.

Citizens from Denmark speak Danish, Faroese, Greenlandic (an Inuit dialect), and German (small minority). Compare Mexico, which citizens speak Spanish only 92.7, Spanish and indigenous languages 5.7, indigenous only 0.8, unspecified 0.8, note indigenous languages include various Mayan, Nahuatl, and other regional languages.

Standard of living.

Welfare, level of corruption.

Denmark's high taxation rates stem from the emphasis placed on work-life balance, democracy and other areas people prioritise. This gives rise to a welfare society that runs smoothly in many respects. The high level of social welfare contributes to a society that is accustomed to generally high standards with free education, health care, etc

There are pronounced differences in health conditions from region to region within Mexico. In general, rural areas have much higher mortality and morbidity levels than do urban areas. Regions with large indigenous populations, such as Chiapas,


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