Jun 4 2012

 

 

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BusinessInsider.com has compiled this year's 'misery index' which was an economic model put forward by Arthur Orkum. According to the site, you obtain a 'misery rating' by summing up a country's unemployment and inflation rates to access conditions on the ground.

Here are the top ten worst countries in the world for living conditions and you can see another ten by clicking here.

1. Zimbabwe: (Misery Index: 100.6%)

2. Liberia: (95%)

3. Bukina Faso: (80.6%)

4. Turkmenistan: (75%)

5. Djibouti: (66%)

6. Namibia: (56.5%)

7. Yemen: (55%)

8. Nepel: (53.8%)

9. Kosovo: (53.6%)

10. Belarus: (53.4%)