More Reason To Become A Nurse In Canada: Rated #1 Best Country 2021

June 06, 2021

Yet another reason for Internationally-Educated Nurses to consider living and working in Canada!

Canada officially took the title as the #1 Best Country in the world for 2021 in a recently release report Overall Best Countries Report by US News & World.  

Well-known to be a place that provides a great quality of life, a safe place to raise a family, and an environment focused on multiculturalism and equality, Canada gives Internationally-Educated Nurses even more reason to pursue their careers in Canada. 

Canada also outranked other major western powerhouse countries like:

  • United Kingdom (ranked at #8)
  • Australia (ranked at #5)
  • United States (ranked at #6)
  • New Zealand (ranked at #7)

Canada was rated as:

#1 Best Country – Overall
#1 Best Country for Quality of Life
#1 Best Country for Social Purpose

The report also ranks countries by specific categories.   Canada also was in the Top 3 in the world for:

  • Racial Equality
  • Most Agile
  • Open for Business
  • Transparency

Canada also was in the Top 5 in the world for:

  • Raising Children
  • Women

The full ranking report can be found here.

For Internationally-Educated Nurses considering a move to Canada: hopefully, this report will help.  Determine what is most important to you – is it quality of life, education for your children, safety, racial equality, etc, and refer to the report to see how Canada ranks in each category.    

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About Us: OMNI College is specialized in training foreign nurses for work in Canada.  Nurses study and train at OMNI College in Vancouver, British Columbia in order to successfully gain their Canadian nursing license.  Once achieved, the license allows them to practice safely and effectively as nurses in Canada.  The majority of OMNI graduates choose to make Canada their home and settle permanently as residents in Canada.  Learn more at omnicollege.com and read some of our Student Nursing Journeys.

 

 

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