There are some countries that have a higher level of prosperity than others. Not only is wealth evenly distributed, but also the way of life and
the way of thinking of the population is better than that of other countries, so that welfare becomes more maximal.
The following are 5 countries that I think really become the most prosperous country in the world today.
Canada has special regulations by prioritizing attention to the quality of life of every citizen.
Switzerland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with ancient buildings that are still maintained. Chocolate production is one of the main livelihoods there.
Although Norway is still in the form of monarchical work, it has also been named as one of the 5 most beautiful countries in the world. All the residents are open minded, so if you visit there, everyone will be nice.
Even though this country is modern, the culture is still very thick, and is a favorite place for travelers from all over the world.
The German government is arguably the strongest and most solid among the other governments, so that the protection of the human rights of its citizens is guaranteed.
Contrary to public opinion, I don't think there is a fair and equitable distribution of wealth anywhere allover the world at least it's never hundred percent pair even in the most advanced countries, there are still some individuals or families who are naturally favoured over others. It's a normal principle of life.
That been said, countries who enjoy to a large extent equal and fair distribution of wealth are advanced countries and not developing countries.
Developed nations like the United States of America experience fair and equal distribution of wealth to a large extent compared to other developing nations. Ever heard of the phrase living the American Dream or America a land opportunities.
It Is a widely known fact that America provides every individual with a wide range of choices and opportunities to earn and create wealth. However there might still be a little bit of unequal distribution and favouritism but it's on a low unlike other countries.
Sounds like Communism to me.
"Communism is the idea that everyone in a given society receives equal shares of the benefits derived from labor."
North Korea and China are two of the few countries that still practice communism. In theory it is fair and equal to all, but due to their leaders leadership a communist governmemt is often times met with a lot of criticism from outside forces.