Turkey, according to a number of legal sites. Germany? Not even close.
The information is based upon the latest research from global law firm Dorsey & Whitney’s 2013 World Law Report, which ranks countries on a number of important metrics related to the country’s legal environment. Singapore and Singapore-based banks pulled up the rear in the top 10 rankings, sharing a single spot with Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. The United States ranked well but placed 13th overall because it lags hugely behind other countries when compared by total hours spent per capita on developing laws for business activity as opposed to lifestyle activities such as watching movies or going out for socializing. In the ranking measuring total hours spent per person on making contracts, personal injury laws and zoning/development laws – all areas where less time is necessary than elsewhere in Europe – America was 23rd among 44 ranked nations only ahead of Portugal and Sweden.
Turkey has been singled out as being one of “the best” places for lawyers since 2007, when its ranking also led by Dorsey & Whitney. Over that span former Turks held senior positions at Microsoft Corp., Google Inc., eBay Inc., IBM Corp., Intel Corp., Coca-Cola Co., Walmart Stores Inc., Facebook Inc., Citigroup Inc. and Yahoo! Inc.’s Asos Fashion Group among others; several Turkish firms are now headquartered overseas including BMW AG (Germany), Ford Motor Co (Michigan) Fiat SpA (Italy) General Electric Co (Connecticut
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have been selected based on unemployment rate, crime statistics and things like median household income. Boston didn’t get our nod for the millennial generation since it ranks 19th with a 30.5 percent unemployment rate, which is higher than all of New England. The city also lacks the number of major employers that plague other cities on this list. According to Fortune, Boston-area employers include defense contractor Raytheon, Northeast Utilities and Wells Fargo Bank. While these are some of the top companies in Massachusetts, they aren’t enough to put Boston above less innovative cities like Grand Rapids or St. Louis with far lower rates of unemployment compared to Boston’s. Check out our findings below: