Where is the lowest standard of living in Europe?
If a country has a low Literacy Rate, then they are probably not going to have a good economy or production of products distributed around the world. If the production of prod…ucts is poor, than no country will buy/trade from them, and the then become a poor country. That then affects their Standard of Living, neglecting them the luxuries and comforts they desire. When a country has a good literacy rate, they should succeed in their economy and production of products, meaning that more countries will want to buy/trade from them and they will be able to buy the luxuries and comforts they so desire. Not only that, but they might also have better doctors, lawyers, ect., than another country. From the research I have conducted, I have concluded that Europe has the highest Literacy Rate in the world, and the U.K. has the leading literacy rate of all the other countries (sorry, America's #3!)..
the lowest temperature is 34 degrees c
The lowest part in Europe is the shoreline along the Caspian Sea.
The Uppsala Alpine Center in Uppsala, Sweden is a good candidate but I don't know if it is the lowest. It is between the 0 and 5 m height lines on the map. I donÂ´t have ex…act data but I would guess it's somewhere around 3, perhaps 4 meters above sea level.
The highest standard of living in Europe is Monaco Improved : Norway has the highest standard of living in Europe and the World... If Ranked by the UN.. Monaco would have th…e 23rd highest living standard in the world.
The Czech Republic
it started the Industrial Revolution.
Literacy rate, meaning you can read and write. If you can read and write, you obviously will get a job. Getting a job will pay you, thus forth giving you (lots of) money. Havi…ng money is not an essential need , but it gives a higher standard of living . -Student of Mr.Hildebrand; at Duluth Middle.
Serfs and Peasants
In Middle Ages
Prior to the introduction of the three field system, a two field system was used. With the two field system, a field was plowed for a crop every other year, and was allowed to… lie fallow on the off years. With the three field system, the fields were allowed to lie fallow every third year, and the crops were changed between crop years. The two field system had 50% of the fields productive at any time, but with the three field system, this was increased to 67%. The effect was to increase the area of land under cultivation by a third. With the increase in the amount of land under cultivation, the farms could provide work for an increased number of farmers, and a larger agricultural surplus to feed people living in towns and cities. There were other factors that also increased agricultural surpluses, including the inventions of the horse collar and the heavy plow. And the result of all of these is that the numbers of people who could devote time and energy to work other than agriculture was more than doubled.
The Dutch (or Netherlands) had the highest standards of living in the mid 1600's in Europe.
because it is a developed region in Europe.
has a high standard of living.
No, Luxembourg has a good standard of living.