$96,993 (GDP per capita)
Qatar is the richest country in the world. This sovereign Arab nation relies heavily on foreign labor to grow its economy. The nation has proven oil reserves of 15 billion barrels.
$79,785 (GDP per capita)
Luxembourg has a stable and high income market economy. Its iron and steel industry has contributed significantly to its economy.
$61,567 (GDP per capita)
Singapore has a very highly developed market economy .It is one of theFour Asian Tigers.
Singapore has very innovative, business-friendly economy . It is currently the only Asian country to receive AAA credit ratings from all three major credit rating agencies.
Its economy is highly competitive.
$56,663 (GDP per capita)
Norway has a very high standard of living however, this does not matter to Norwegians.This is because they are all millionaires. Education is cheap in Norway.
Norway has embraced state capitalism and is sitting on a huge pile of oil money.
.5) Hong Kong
$55,383 (GDP per capita)
Hong Kong is a leading international financial centre.It is one of the Four Asian Tigers.Hong Kong attracts many investors to invest there money. It is a financial Hub.
$55,111 (GDP per capita)
Brunei is a small, wealthy economy. People in this oil-rich country enjoy a high standard of living. Crudeoil and natural gas production account for about 90 percent of its GDP.
7) United States
$54,980 (GDP per capita)
The US has a capitalist mixed economy which is full of natural resources.U.S economy is highly productive The nation’s economy has reached a postindustrial level of development and its service sector constitutes 67.8 percent of GDP. The US is an industrial power.
$47,863 (GDP per capita)
Switzerland has a stable,high-tech and prosperous economy. It attracts many rich foreigners. As per GlobalCompetitiveness Report,Switzerland’s economy is
the most competitive in the world.
$44,656 (GDP per capita)
Canada is a very rich nation in terms of energy. Its economy is mainly dominated by service industries. Logging and oil industries contribute significantly to the country’s economy.
$44,346 (GDP per capita)
Australia is a rich country and its wealth is more evenly distributed across the population than the wealth of other rich nations. It is a developed country. It generates its income from various sources like telecommunications, banking, mining-related exports and manufacturing
$43,796 (GDP per capita)
Austria has a huge,well-developed social market economy. It is responsible for the invention of PEZ. Citizens of Austria enjoy a high standard of living due to low living cost.
42,806 (GDP per capita)
Ireland has a knowledge-based economy. Infact the nation’s economy has transformed since the 1980s from being predominantly agricultural to a modernknowledge economy focused on high technology industries and services. It has made huge strides forward in recent years.
$42,586 (GDP per capita)
Netherlands has been one of the key economies in Europe from the past four centuries.
Netherlands is an open economy, and a very rich country. It is an excellent country to bring up your children.
$42,037 (GDP per capita)
Sweden is among the developed nations in the world. It has very large engineering industry thats why its economy is doing well.
Sweden is rich in hydropower, timber andiron.
$41,581 (GDP per capita)
Taiwan is known for its steel production.
Taiwan is one of the four “Asian Tigers”, along with Singapore, South Korea and Hong Kong.
$41,248 (GDP per capita)
People of this developed country enjoya very high standard of living.
Germany is the most populous member of the EU and a major economic power in the region. The nation has a social market economy with high level of innovation.
$40,870 (GDP per capita)
Iceland is a Nordic nation, whose economy has been diversifying into manufacturing and service industries in the last decade. Tourism sector is also contributing to the economy. Ecotourism and whale watching are popular in Iceland.
39,861 (GDP per capita)
Kuwait is located in Western Asia.It is a Small oil rated Arab country. Its main export commodities are Petroleum products and fertilizer. Kuwaiti dinar is the highest valued currency in the world.
$38,826 (GDP per capita)
Belgium is an industrialized economy. Its location is at the heart of a highly industrialized region. Its economy is characterized by a productive work force, high exports per capita and high GNP.
$37,794 (GDP per capita)
Denmark is amongst the most powerful economies in the world.The Gap between rich and poor us very least which shows that the nation is ruled by a good government.