The Top 10 Highest
in 2019 the country with the lowest life expectancy is the Central African Republic with 53 years, in Japan life expectancy is 30 years longer.
Countries ranked by life expectancy
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The Czech Republic ranks above average in jobs and earnings, personal security, education and skills, subjective well-being, and work-life balance and social connections. It ranks below average in housing, health status, income and wealth, civic engagement and environmental quality.
A study of young and middle-aged people ages 18 to 64 found that 1 in 6 preferred to die before age 80 . Those who did tended to hold more negative beliefs about what old age would be like. Still, the vast majority of people surveyed wanted to live a good long life and had sunnier expectations for their own old age.
Such early death in the excessively tall is not uncommon. Robert Wadlow, the world’s tallest person on record died at 22, and of the 10 tallest people ever recorded, the oldest died at 56. In people , height is negatively correlated with longevity; that is, taller individuals don’t tend to live as long.
Today, Asian Americans live the longest (86.3 years), followed by whites (78.6 years), Native Americans (77.4 years), and African Americans (75.0 years).
These days, while statistical life expectancy in the U.S. is about 80 years , living well into one’s 80s or 90s is a perfectly realistic expectation for many. Even centenarians — people who are 100 years old or more — are on the rise. In 2015, some 72,000 Americans were centenarians.
Below are five countries where people people tend to live longer. Monaco. As the second-smallest country in the world, Monaco has the longest life expectancy on Earth at 89.4 years, according to the World Factbook. Japan. Singapore. San Marino. Iceland.
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Women generally live longer than males – on average by six to eight years. This difference is partly due to an inherent biological advantage for the female , but it also reflects behavioural differences between men and women .
Since Prague is the capital of Czech Republic and also the hub of many multinational companies, its average salaries are the highest in the country. Currently, the average salary in Prague is of around 30,000 CZK per month. Those are net figures and equivalent to slightly less than 1305 US dollars per month.
Living costs in the Czech Republic are considered to be affordable. The average living costs of students range from 350 to 750 USD per month, including meals, accommodation, public transport and culture. The current exchange rate is available at the Czech National Bank website.
As you can see, the cost of living in Prague is a pretty affordable and very attractive place to live in. For those who aren’t good at math, a 1000 USD should be more than enough to comfortably spend a month in this city. If you haven’t been here, make sure to do so as soon as possible!