Top 10 countries where average age is too high

Some fictions says age of a person depends on area of the person where he is born, and on the other hand some myths from science says it depends on the genetics of the person, the breed from where the person is born, but there are some realistic people, who believe that age depends on the physical fitness and the stamina of the person and not on any of the factors mentioned before.

The reality is that every specific area on the Planet Earth has its own average age of living, that differs a long run with other areas, we have collected the list of top 10 countries where the average age of a common man is way high. So, which country made into the list, see below!

10- Guernsey

Average age: 80.42 Years

The island of Guernsey, located in the English Channel, is a British Crown dependency, but it’s not part of the U.K. The reason for its high life expectancy is simple: It’s extremely wealthy. Very low taxes make Guernsey a popular destination for tax exiles who can afford the very best in nutrition and medical care. More than half of the island’s income comes from financial services — which means well-paid desk jobs — with very few people working in heavy industry.

9- Australia

Average age: 80.50 Years

All the usual factors relating to prosperity apply here, but the life expectancy of indigenous Australians is about 20 years less than that of white Aussies, due to higher rates of just about every factor that shortens life, including smoking, obesity and poverty. Incidentally, research suggests that Australia’s life expectancy may start falling as obesity reaches epidemic proportions in the land down under.

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3 Responses to “Top 10 countries where average age is too high”

  1. Great list.
    Soendoro Soetanto

  2. Nick says:

    You missed one: life expectancy in Canada is 80.96488 years (rounded to 81) [Source: World Bank, World Development Indicators]

  3. Admin says:

    Thankyou nick :)

    The post is updated.

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