11 Countries in the World Where Women Are in High Demand
Demography is a strange thing. In one country, the female population strongly outweighs the male; in some others, there are more men. The scales are tilted by migrants, housing problems, and even mentality.
We at Bright Side have compiled a list of countries that lack women. Tell us in the comments where you'd go to save the lonely hearts of handsome guys!
In Norway, there are 12,000 more men than women. And it's not clear yet how to reduce this gender gap.
In Iceland, on average, there are 104 men for every 100 women. In this regard, there were even rumors that the Icelandic government would pay foreign ladies to marry an Icelandic man, but this was quickly denied.
In Canada, there are 250,000 more men than women. This has to do with the fact that women often leave for other countries to work and don't return to their homeland.
Notwithstanding large migrant inflows, there's still a shortage of women in Cyprus.
In China, there are 34 million more men than women.
In Finland, according to statistics, 256,000 men aged from 25 to 54 don't have a date.
Italian women rarely see themselves as housewives and seek to develop a career. Young ladies often move to other countries to work or study.
The excess of men is connected with a large influx of refugees. At the moment, there are almost 15,000 fewer women in Sweden.
In India, under the age of 24, there are 110 men for every 100 women.
As in Sweden, the odds in favor of the male population in Switzerland are explained by migratory flows.
In England, there is no stereotype that a woman should earn less than a man. Therefore, young ladies have great careers and often move abroad for work.
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