According to a study produced by the European Union’s Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Belgium, Finland and Austria have the highest quality of life in the European Union.
Belgium’s major pluses are living space, healthcare, social services, pensions and education.
Flemings want to advance in life. Their aim is prosperity and well being for all and they are hard-working entrepreneurs and initiators. Whatever they do, they want to do it as well as possible. The Flemish people strive for quality and attach great importance to efficiency and achieving results. The people of Flanders really do like to enjoy life. On the other hand, they also expect affordable medical care for all and a high standard of education. The rich tapestry of a Fleming’s social life includes extensive social, cultural and leisure facilities and easy-to-access sports centres.