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10 Most Developed Countries in the World (HDI)

/ December 18, 2014

As included in a United Nations Development Programme’s Human Development Report. The Human Development Index (HDI) is a composite of education, life expectancy and income indices used to rank nations. It is an adequately good measure of a country’s development. Here is the top 10 most developed nations in the world, with information regarding their HDI. This latest statistic was released on 24 July 2014.

The 10 Most Developed Countries in the World:

10. Denmark – (HDI Score: 0.900)

People of Denmark enjoy a high standard of living. This wonderful country is frequently ranked as the happiest country in the world in cross-national studies of happiness. In Denmark, the average household net-adjusted disposable income per capita is $25,172.

Copenhagen Skyline

9. Singapore – (HDI Score: 0.901)

This sovereign city-state and island country is one of world’s major commercial hubs. It is one of the Four Asian Tigers. It places highly in international rankings with regard to healthcare and education.

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  • zen says:

    i live in australia – this line ‘the average household net-adjusted disposable income per capita is $31,197’ is extremely misleading. there is no way your average australian has that much disposable income. i earn a very good wage and there is no way i have that much after paying for a mortgage, daycare, food, petrol, utities etc. over the year – the cost of living here is very high. if this is across the population, the stats are being skewed by the extremely high income earners, like gina rineheart.

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