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Economic Development

Comparing 2 countries


Life expectancy-80 years

GDP per capita-50,546.70

GDP-428.3 billion

Literacy rate-98%

Conclusion- More developed


Life expectancy-73 years

GDP per capita-4,763.30

GDP-368.9 billion

Literacy rate-82%

Conclusion- Less developed

I think Austria is more developed than Iran because it has a higher life expectancy, GDP per capita, GDP, and literacy rates. Iran is lower in all of those categories.



If I had to immigrate to another country, I would want to go to a place in Europe. I want the average weather to be sunny and clear and the temperature average about 70 degrees Fahrenheit. I would also prefer it to be a tropical city. I would want the GDP per capita to be high, as well as the literacy rates and the life expectancy. That is why I chose Monaco as the country I would immigrate to. The move might be hard for my family as it is across the world and we would have to learn to speak French. There are many jobs in high end retail because Monaco has a lot of tourism, as well as an abundance of rich people. There are also jobs in hotels and casinos.


Taste of the World Menu

North America- Key lime pie is a classic american desert. It is made with a graham cracker crust, sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and lime juice.

Central America- Their most popular dish is the pupusa, a thick tortilla. It is made with masa harina, salt, water, cheese, vegetable oil, and curtido.

South America- Fried potatoes are a part of many South American meals. It is made with russet potatoes, corn oil, and salt.

Africa- The Asida is a wheat flour lump, often added with butter and honey. It is made with butter, salt, flour, and water.

Southeast Asia- Steamed pumpkin custard is a traditional Thai desert. It has eggs, coconut milk, sugar, salt, flour, vanilla extract, and pumpkin flesh.

Europe/Russia- A kissel is a gelatinous Russian desert. It is made with strawberries, sugar, water, and potato starch.

Australia- The Anzac biscuit is made with rolled oats, flour, sugar, desiccated coconut, golden syrup, butter, bicarbonate of soda and water. It was made by women and sent to Australian soldiers because it didn't go bad for a long time.