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|Which country is better for European immigrants to provide for the aged?
With the change of old-age consciousness, deciduous leaves are no longer the only end-result for the elderly.
On the contrary, due to the development of vision and the experience of traveling abroad, more and more elderly people are choosing to enter the major overseas pension paradise.
European countries with good natural environment, high welfare and easy immigration have become the first choice for old-age migrants.
So what are the strengths and weaknesses of many European countries?
Greece Longevity village The average life expectancy of Greece is 80.
3 years, which surpasses the average age of 79.5 years in the member countries of the Organization for World Economic Cooperation and Development.
In Greece, the legal retirement age is 65 years for men and 60 years for women, while the actual average retirement age is 61 years for men, 61.6 years for men and 60.
5 years for women.
Well paid Greece is one of the earliest countries to implement social welfare system in the worlD.It is also a generous pension-granting country in the European Union.
Its total pension payment accounts for the largest proportion of GDP in the European countries.
The average Greek pension is even higher than their retirement wages.
Low prices Greece is a big agricultural country.
Agriculture and the tertiary industry, mainly tourism services, are the main economic pillars of Greece.
Compared with other European countries, Greece's price level is very low, about 1 liter of milk, the price is only about 1 Euro.
Wine and dairy products are also cheap, and good quality wines can be purchased on a budget of 4-5 Euros.
Although the price of Greece is low, it will not lead to a variety of goods because of the low price, in addition to local specialties (olive oil, wine, etc.
), many imported things can also be bought.
Ireland Good social environment Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Ireland and Germany are leading 189 countries and regions in the world, ranking first in the human development index, according to the latest human development index data released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Changes in the human development index are driven by changes in health, education and income.
From 2012 to 2017, Ireland's human development index ranked the highest, rising 13 places, reflecting the longer life expectancy, higher education and higher income of local residents.
High livability index Ireland is known as the Emerald Green IslanD.It has a comfortable and pleasant climate all year rounD.The average temperature in summer is not more than 25 degrees C, and in winter is not less than 0 degrees C.The national green coverage rate is over 80%, and it is rich in pure natural fooD.Food safety is guaranteed.
Ireland ranks seventh in the world in the Global Retirement Index 2018 released by Farsheng Global Asset Management Corporation.
Well paid After retirement in Ireland, the elderly are eligible for a variety of pensions.
At present, there are three different types of pension system in Ireland:
transitional, contributory and non-contributory.
The first two belong to the state pension, which needs to be paid according to the amount of pension, while the latter is to apply for a limited subsidy of the state pension, which is actually a kind of social assistance.
A variety of pension schemes ensure that Ireland's elderly can "depend on their old age".
Malta High cost performance ratio for immigrants In recent years, more and more elderly people have joined the immigration team.
The simple immigration conditions and complete pension welfare construction in European countries are the first choice for immigrants.
Malta, especially in European immigrant countries, is known for its low threshold and high cost performance.
Immigration to Malta requires only 55,000 for financing, and Maltese immigration status can be obtained to settle in Malta and enjoy a leisurely European life.
Good health care As an island country with a population of less than 400,000, Malta's medical system is leading the worlD.Its public health care is mainly supported by the state tax and social security system, covering various medical links such as hospitalization, prescription, pregnancy and childbirth, surgery and rehabilitation.
Maltese citizens can enjoy free and high-quality public health care.
All medical fees and emergency medication are free.
General medication can be purchased at the pharmacy by prescription itself.
Hospitalization does not need to pay for it at all.
At the same time, the hospital will provide special care services.
Life integration Malta is a typical Mediterranean diet.
Its diet structure is similar to that of Italy.
Seafood dishes are a typical example of Malta's Mediterranean diet.
Because of its geographical location near Sicily, Italy, you can eat authentic pizza and pasta here.
In terms of diet, you don't have to worry about your inadaptability at all.
Food, beverage and daily necessities available in the country are also available in Malta's supermarkets.
Old people living, old people depending on, super-high welfare, medical security, livable environment, these are the life that the elderly retire and retire to look forward to.
The European countries, known for their high welfare, are perfectly suited to the needs of these elderly people.
That's why more and more elderly people are joining the immigration team, and even many of them are still at the peak of their lives, planning ahead to lock in European immigrants.
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