gshennon Wrote:
Sep 09, 2012 12:32 AM
... - The lowest average number of days for paid holidays, annual leaves, and maternity leaves - The lowest score on the United Nations' Index of "material well-being of children." - The worst score on the United Nations gender equality index. - The lowest social mobility - The highest public and private expenditure on health care as a percentage of GDP These trends are accompanied by the: - Highest infant mortality rate. - Highest prevalence of mental-health problems. - Highest obesity rate. - Highest proportion of population going without health care due to cost. - Second-lowest birth rate for children per capita (adjusted for total population number differences); behind only Japan. - Highest consumption of antidepressants per capita.