Quality of Life in Montevideo, Uruguay

Purchasing Power Index 49.19   Low
Safety Index 45.13   Moderate
Health Care Index 64.95   High
Climate Index 98.04   Very High
Cost of Living Index 57.32   Low
Property Price to Income Ratio 13.56   High
Traffic Commute Time Index 40.42   Moderate
Pollution Index 52.98   Moderate
ƒ Quality of Life Index: 126.08   High

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Last update: November 2018

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2 Comments so far

#Anonymous on Jul 09, 2018 :
That is simply not true! People complain about Uruguay and have the wildest expectations what a state should provide for its inhabitants but have never actually lived in any other country so are absolutely not capable of making any kind of comparisons. If they would have any actual experience they would realize that there are maaaaany many places where it’s far worse (with an actual bad public school system, NO public healthcare etc.), where you have to pay way more taxes and have a lot more unnecessary rules to follow etc etc.
#Anonymous on May 29, 2018 :
Uruguay is a very expensive country, public education is too bad, average income is too low for the prices we must pay.
Public Health services are too bad, the city ( Montevideo) all the streets are in very bad conditions , the sidewalks broken, ecc.ecc.ecc. and so on.