The Italian village of Bormida is having a population problem, and is willing to pay you to solve it!
Bormida, located in the mountainous Liguria region – Genoa, about 50 miles away, is the nearest big city – had declined to 390 residents in 2014, when the current mayor, Daniele Galliano, took office.
Now the population is 394, which may not seem much of a success until you consider that 54 people have either died or moved away against just four births.
According to Cosmopolitan magazine, the village has one main street, four restaurants (hey, this is Italy), a bed and breakfast and a post office that opens only three days a week. Much of the architecture dates back to 1200s.