The countries with the highest quality of life have been announced by The Organization for Economic Cooperation. They ranked 34 countries based on The “Social Progress Index” that collates the scores of three main indexes:
- Basic Human Needs, which includes medical care, sanitation, and shelter.
- Foundations of Wellbeing, which covers education, access to technology, and life expectancy.
- Opportunity, which looks at personal rights, freedom of choice, life work-life balance and general tolerance.
Despite this, all of the top 19 countries are developed nations — so having a strong economy clear has an impact.
Australia # 4. There is a good reason so many people want to start a new life “down under.” Australia has fantastic education, job opportunities and a strong sense of personal freedom.
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