When considering a move to Australia whether that is on a permanent or temporary basis, the country has many advantages to offer both individuals and families.
Firstly, Australians enjoy the second highest quality of life in the whole world. This is measured on three factors; health, educational attainment, and income. Taking all three of these factors into account across every single country in the world, Australia is at top of the list, coming second only to Norway. Which, let’s face it, don’t speak English and have terrible weather. The USA comes in at eighth, meaning Americans can drastically improve their quality of life by moving to Australia.
Australia has the fourth highest life expectancy in the world with the average Australian living to almost 83 years of age. So moving to Australia could potentially add years to your life. You can think of them as bonus years, drinking ice-cold beers, in glorious sunshine, while eating endless barbeques.
Australia also ranks in the top ten in the measure of the healthiest countries, and fares far better then the USA who ranked in 28th position.
The last on this list, but by no means the least, is that Australia is a far more equal country in terms of wealth distribution. In Australia, the richest 1% of the population took 10% of the income share whereas in the USA the richest 1% took 18% of the income in the country, which makes us a more sharing nation.
So, in short, there is a lot more to Australia than its reputation for great weather, amazing beaches, great barbeques and cold beer. It is also a place to enjoy an all-round better standard of life, from health, to education, to income. So any Americans who feel less than enthused about living in Trumps America, or anyone else for that matter are more than welcome to come and check it out.