Prepared by Natixis Global Retirement Index Latest pension surveywhich examines each year the well-being and financial security of retirees in the 44 countries surveyed. The Global Index analyzes the living standards of the world’s retirees based on four main categories. that’s it: Health, finance, quality of life, and material well-being. The top ten places were as follows:
- New Zealand
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In the top ten a a file According to Rule 1, everyone keeps their place, except for Germany and Canada, because while the first improved two places, the second got worse two places last year. Another interesting fact is that in the case of the four sub-indicators examined in the index, none of the above-mentioned countries could be included in the top ten in all four countries.
Hungary was not among the top 25 countries in the ranking, we ranked 33 out of 44 countries, the same as last year.
If we look at the regional rankings, North America tops the list, having stayed here for years to be the best retiree in the world. It is followed by Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Latin America and then the Asia Pacific region.
Natixis reports that there are currently four risks to the well-being of retirees: inflation, the yield environment, government debt, and other concerns.
Among the components of the pension index is a financial well-being In the study, Singapore, Switzerland and New Zealand made the top three, but countries like Chile and South Korea also made the list, but most of the rankings in Switzerland improved compared to last year. The health sub-index Already led by Japan, but Norway and Luxembourg received almost the same values. The material well-being In terms of area, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Austria also took first place, improving Denmark in the top ten, and Hungary ranked 13th in this sub-index. The quality of life Examined, the predominance of European countries stands out, since only New Zealand is located outside the continent. Austria and Switzerland also improved in their previous rankings.
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