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LET'S GO TO DENMARK

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  • Umm from Dorm 12 (freshman) +91 7506471518
  • Leaving India? Well, where are you moving?
  • What about Denmark?
  • Why Denmark?
  • I don't know. Suggestions?
  • Is this your criteria? Because Denmark fits it all!
  • Wow! That's pretty cool!
  • Developed Country?
  • Resources, not too populated?
  • Imports and exports?
  • Employment?
  • 99.6% of the population has access to sanitation!
  • And the life expectancy is 79.4 years, which is a lot more than India! And since it's on a peninsula, there's so much access to the sea!
  • Google: Denmark
  • I'm almost 80!
  • Bonus! That means beaches!
  • Woah! That's almost as much as, like, Canada! And so much better than India, or like Afghanistan...
  • Plus, it's not too populated, which will be such a change after India. I mean, you can breathe there! And it's better than, like, Pakistan. No wars!
  • No need! Don't you remember the project we did in Humanities back in 8th grade? I researched on Denmark!
  • Perfect! Send me that information!
  • Yeah, I see why that counts... Maybe Denmark would be a good destination, I'll research a little more later
  • I told you, you should totally move!
  • Unit 3 Project Guide by Umm Country: Denmark Denmark can be considered as a developed country as 99.6% of its population has access to sanitary facilities, which is an extremely high rate compared with other countries. The life expectancy is also extremely high, as Denmark’s residents are able to live around 79.4 years, and often go higher, with some of their oldest residents having lived around 115 years due to no wars. As it is located on a peninsula, it has direct access to the sea, and is able to bring in wealth by utilising the sea. As it also has many islands, it can be a tourist destination, and as the life expectancy is so high, Denmark is considered a safe and clean country.
  • Wow! That's a lot! You were right about everything! Maybe I will move...
  • How's that? I told you! It's still pretty recent, and if that doesn't convince you, I have more! Just scroll!
  • Denmark’s population pyramid shows us that is reducing slightly, and the largest amount of citizens are 45-49 years old. At the age of 60, the number of females is larger than the number of males, which may signify that there was a war, and the male soldiers lost their lives. Under the age of 50, the number of females is less, but not very drastically. Denmark is still able to supply its residents with care and resources.
  • This is awesome! I'm almost convinced completely!
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