Worlds richest Countries

  1. Qatar 98,814 Richest, Richest Arab Country, Richest Muslim Country = 0.3% Unemployment 20% Growth (Bermuda $85,000 Richest Majority Black Country, 8%, -3% Growth)

Chantelle D’mello

Photo for illustrative purposes only.

Photo for illustrative purposes only.

Chantelle D’mello

Photo for illustrative purposes only.

2. Luxembourg 78,670 Richest Majority White Country, Richest Country in Europe =6.1% Unemployment

It’s largely dependent on the banking, steel and industrial sectors and is a world away from the the mega-yachts and jet-setting celebs of its Riviera counterpart.

Home to many EU institutions and with well-off residents who enjoy a healthy average salary of £31,500 a year, Luxembourg’s high streets are still packed with designer boutiques, however.

3. Singapore 64,584 Richest Oriental Country 1.9% Unemployment 4% Growth

4. Norway 54,947 3.5%

5.  United States 53,101 Richest Multiracial Country Richest Large Country 1%   2.5 % Growth Rate

6. Australia 43,073  4.5%

 Hong Kong 52,722 3.3%

7. Switzerland 46,430 8 3.1%

8. Brunei 34,431 2.6%

9. Canada 43,472 1%   2.45 %  Growth

10. Austria 42,597 4.2%

  1. Netherlands 41,711 7.3%
  2. Sweden 41,188 8.1%
  3. Iceland 41,000 5.4%
  4. Germany 40,007 1%

$40,000 + = High Income Developed  First World Country

  1. Taiwan 39,767 4.2%
  2. Kuwait 39,706 1.5%
  3. Ireland 39,547 10.5%
  4. Denmark 37,900 7%
  5. Belgium 37,881 8.5%
  6. United Kingdom 37,307 6.2%
  7. Japan 36,899 6%  Large country
  8. France 35,784 4%  Large country
  9. Finland 35,617 1%
  10. Israel 34,770 5.9%
  11. Bahrain 34,584 15%
  12. Korea, South 33,189 2.7% 5% Growth
  13. Bahamas, The 32,036 29 Richest Majority Black Country 14% 9%
  14. Saudi Arabia 31,245 12.1%
  15. New Zealand 30,493 5.6%
  16. Italy 30,289 13%
  17. United Arab Emirates 30,122 4.3%
  18. Seychelles 30,000 Richest Country in Africa

$30,000 High income First World Country

  1. Spain 29,851 25.6% 2% growth
  2. Oman 29,813 35
  3. HYPERLINKTrinidad and Tobago 28,400-$31,000 3.1%
  4. Slovenia 27,900 9.8%
  5. Malta 27,840 6.9%
  6. Czech Republic 27,200 38 6.7%
  7. Cyprus 25,265 15.3%
  8. Barbados 25,181 41 5%
  9. Slovakia 24,605 13.9%
  10. Greece 24,012 27%
  11. Palau 23,666 44
  12. Equatorial Guinea 23,370 3%
  13. Estonia 23,144 8.7%
  14. Portugal 23,068 3%   0.9% Growth
  15. Lithuania 22,747 5%
  16. Hungary 20,065 7.9%
  17. Gabon 20,478 21%    5% Growth
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