The most developed country in the world makes an excellent destination for those who want to take the quality of their lives to the next level. The country's extremely high standard of living, ever growing economy, high salaries and strong welfare system make it the happiest place in the world to live.
But it is not just economic factors that make Norway a fantastic place to move to. The country has very low crime rates, the big cities have plenty of space, there are stunning natural wonders to discover and an excellent education system. On top of that on the 0 to 1 scale of gender equality Norway scores 0.996. The country also has one of the highest life expectancies in the world, which is no wonder in a place with low pollution and a excellent, free health care system.
A Norwegian work week usually lasts 37 hours and it’s common to start the weekend early on Friday. But don’t forget you are working in one of the most punctual countries in the world and being late is frowned upon. Work relations are commonly informal and life outside work is highly valued.