The Worst European Countries to Live in.

The worst European countries to live in the world are not judged by their sizes in terms of geography but by their tenacity to face the current economic hardship around the globe and the influence of this on their citizens’ standard of living. Certainly, some of the countries in Europe can be notably reckoned with because of the social and particularly the financial potentials they have to improve the human lives.

Some countries are wonderful places to live. They have stable governments, reasonable prices for consumer goods, plenty of job opportunities, strong social programs, and robust systems for health care, education, and national security. They may even have ample nature spaces, such as national parks, and strong support for the arts and culture.

Meanwhile, a country whose residents must endure political strife (possibly even violence), rampant inflation, high unemployment, poor health care, substandard education, and uncertain security, with few social programs, let alone support for the arts.

Armed with the knowledge that, in fact, not all of Europe is so superior to the rest of the world, we set out to decide which countries are enviable and which ones just are not.

The Worst European Countries to Live in.

The following countries are the worst European countries to live in the world and this is owing to some of their accumulated national debt, low budget, low growth rate, level of unemployment, and the humanly unfair economic disparities. This is rating is actually confirmed by the  CIA World Factbook:

  • Montenegro
  • Venezuela
  • Slovakia
  • Suriname
  •  Cyprus 
  • Bulgaria
  • Czechia
  • Andorra
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Serbia
  • Argentina
  • Armenia
  • Colombia
  • Greece
  • San Marino
  • Paraguay
  • Belarus
  • Costa Rica
  • Ukraine
  •  Moldova
  • Georgia

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