Israel listed as fourth best place to raise a family

Austria came in at first place, closely followed by Finland. Sweden, last year's winner, came in third. The United States came in at spot 25.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 26, 2015 18:14
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The Internations Family Life Index . (photo credit: INTERNATIONS)

 
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Israel came in at fourth place out of 41 countries included in the 2015 InterNations Family Life Index released on Tuesday.

InterNations, an organization dedicated to assisting ex-patriots acclimate to their new country, released their annual Family Life Index which "ranks countries according to their results in subcategories such as availability of childcare and education, costs of childcare and education, quality of education, family well-being, as well as childcare and education options," according to their website.

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Austria came in at first place, closely followed by Finland. Sweden, last year's winner, came in third. The United States came in at spot 25.

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