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Varan1 3 year s ago
Obviously, while the cost of living in the countries you name are indeed high, with the exception of Ireland, the benefits of living and working are very highly rewarding. I know people from Norway who live like Kings and princes on wages of 'normal' jobs.
       
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13. Denmark — 60.01: Denmark is the most heavily indebted country in Europe on a personal level, with average household debt equivalent to 265% of incomes, according to Eurostat. That may not be surprising given the cost of living in the country.

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