Canada ranks among top 10 best countries to retire in
We’re going to be honest, it’s a pretty big relief to know that Canada is one of the best countries in the world to retire in. You know, just in case we have to retire at a regular age instead of 35, which is what we’re hoping for.
Canada got 8th place in a list that was largely dominated by European countries. In fact, the only other one on there that wasn’t from Europe was Australia.
— Natixis IM (@NatixisIM) September 20, 2019
Some of the perks of retiring in Canada? We apparently have some of the best scores for employment and income equality. That means you can make some bank if you decide to take a part-time job when you get bored.
We also have the best score when it comes to bank nonperforming loans, so it’s easy to get some cash if a job isn’t for you. Plus, our air quality and overall happiness is in the top 10.
As for the top 3 countries to retire in, those spots went to Norway, Switzerland and Iceland. A Nordic island nation with crazy scenery and a penchant for death metal? Where do we sign up?
You can check out the rankings for the best countries to retire in here.