Mexico registers lags in most of the indicators of wellbeing and is below the quality registers in comparison with other countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), according to the Index for a Better Life that measures the organism.
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The document reveals that the country had low levels of welfare in eight of the 11 areas measured by the agency, the worst position occupies it as a support in the social field, with zero points.
The index that evaluates the perception of the citizens of each country, highlighted that Mexico obtained failing grades in welfare levels are of lower quality in issues such as housing, income and wealth, sense of community, education, environment, satisfaction, security personal and work life balance.
In terms of adjusted income per household, the country was placed in the last place, with an average income of 12 thousand 806 dollars per year, against 29 thousand 16 dollars on average in the OECD, while in the average annual income of an employee to full time, in Mexico there are 12 thousand 850 dollars, against 40 thousand 974 dollars in the member countries of the organization.
According to the figures of the organization, a Mexican child studies on average 14 years, three less than in the rest of the organism. The scores obtained by Mexican students in reading, mathematics and science, are far from the average of the OECD countries, placing in the last place with 417 points.
Regarding young people who neither study nor work, Mexico was in the last places of the OECD classification, with 15.46 percent compared to 7.10 percent of the other countries. The school deprivation rate is eight times higher than that of the organization and the homicide rate exceeds five times the average of the countries.
In the area of ??satisfaction with life, Mexico had a score of 6.2, below the 6.5 that were registered on average by the OECD countries.
Mexico’s best position in the index was in civic engagement, with 6.6 points, followed by health and employment with 6.1 points.
Life expectancy, water quality and pollution were also the areas in which Mexico was at levels lower than the OECD average.
The organization highlighted that in Mexico all welfare indicators fluctuate according to the income level of households and the region, which places the country among the most unequal among the OECD members.