The best country to live in terms of living standards is Denmark. Quiet and measured, with a mild climate, low unemployment and crime, developed agriculture and education. You can live in Aarhus, Aalborg, or Copenhagen.
With high salaries, taxes and daily expenses are also high, and migrants without citizenship are not given large benefits and pensions.
The market is open to employees of physical labor and restaurant and hotel business, there are chances to get a job with oil workers, engineers, IT specialists, and doctors.
To become a Danish citizen, you need to live with a residence permit for seven years and know Danish well.
The TOP 3 best countries to live in are always Switzerland. Its plus – social guarantees that give citizens the longest life expectancy in Europe. You can move to Basel, Bern, Zurich, Interlaken, Geneva.
This is an expensive country – it has the highest cost of living index. It is not easy for Russians to migrate here: they need to live for 12 years to get citizenship. It is easier to get a residence permit: you need to get a job, go to a University (with further employment in the country), or invest in a local business. In Switzerland, engineers, scientists, financiers and it specialists are valued.
Finland has developed and working legislation that is clean and eco-friendly. And this country is not far from Russia, which makes it easier to move. A comfortable life can be organized in Tampere, Turku, Oulu, Espoo, and Jyvaskyla.
For a residence permit in Finland, you need to open a business in the country or get a job. With a knowledge of Finnish or English, you can get a job in a technical specialty, become a highly paid chemist, physicist, programmer. Another option is to study, but higher education in English is paid (unlike lyceums and colleges).
This country has one of the highest living standards due to competent taxation, environmental legislation, salaries and good medicine. The most comfortable cities: gold coast, Wollongong, Adelaide, Sydney, Cairns. Most work in agriculture, light industry, and tourism. There are almost no unemployed people.
Moving to Australia for permanent residence is possible on the basis of a competition: you get a certain number of points (the minimum required is 60 out of 100), give data about your age, family, education, and work experience. The level of English proficiency must be at least B2.
You can also move to Australia on a direct invitation from an employer (most likely, you will get a technical or working specialty) or for study. The last option is expensive: a year at the University costs from 10,000 Australian dollars. Citizenship can be obtained after four years of living in the country.
In the Netherlands, comfortable weather, low crime and strong social obligations of the state to citizens. The cities of the Hague, Nijmegen, Utrecht, Rotterdam and Eindhoven are suitable for moving.
The automobile, textile, chemical industry, agriculture, and metallurgy are developed here, so migrants are employed in various enterprises and factories.
A residence permit is easily issued to those who have graduated from a local University, if the student finds a job in the country within six months or a year. When you have lived here for five years and have learned the language, you will be able to get citizenship.
When you are married to a Dutch citizen, you need to be prepared to go through many interviews to prove the" reality " of the relationship.
Austria is an expensive country, but it justifies itself with a stable economy and high social security: you will be given benefits for both sickness and unemployment. You can move to Vienna, Graz, Salzburg, and Innsbruck.
All the classic relocation schemes work here: marriage, family reunion, entrepreneurship, work or study in German or English. You can buy real estate or invest 2 million euros in the country.
You can work in the service sector, industry, and agriculture. If you have a rare profession or you are a highly qualified specialist (doctor or it specialist), and you have an invitation from your employer, you will be given a red and white card-a special version of the residence permit. Citizenship can be obtained after 10 years.
Iceland has a good measured life and quality education. Perfect for moving to the capital – Reykjavik. However, it is difficult to move far: there are restrictions on both visa and legal (laws on the preservation of the nation). With large pensions and low utility bills, there are high prices for renting housing and for everyday needs.
The country has the third cost of living indicator in the ranking, so you need to save a lot. EU citizens are also a priority in the market, but you can go to the agriculture or tourism sector.
After 10 years of obtaining a residence permit, you can also obtain citizenship. Education is inexpensive – 500 € per year, but there are no scholarships (only grants and student loans).
Germany is a country for living and working. There is high-quality medicine, education and a good income for the population. Social guarantees and infrastructure are supported by large payroll taxes. Prices for food and clothing in Germany will seem high to migrants from Russia. The best cities to live in are Berlin, Leipzig, Dresden, Hof and Frankfurt.
The easiest way to move to this country is if you have Jewish or German roots, and you know the language well. Specialists who receive more than 40,000 euros a year are issued a "Blue card" - a convenient work visa.
You can also get citizenship if you are married to a resident of the country, study at a University, invest or open a business.
In Norway, oil workers, construction workers, and social service workers are valued. We also need teachers, doctors, engineers, and programmers.
Education is also available for foreigners. It is listed in Europe and funded by the state (not counting programs in English and private universities).
After 7 years of permanent life, you can count on citizenship, but it is easier if you have relatives in Norway.
In Spain, the adaptation of migrants is fast: the procedure for obtaining citizenship is simplified, the language is mastered at any age, and the heat and sea provide the necessary comfort. You can live in Valencia, Seville, Barcelona, Malaga.
In this country, it is easy to get a job with a diploma of a teacher, doctor or engineer. Other ways to move are investing in local businesses, buying property worth half a million euros, and paying tuition at a Spanish University.