World’s best place to live
NEW YORK: HDI(Human Development Index) has declared Norway the best living place on earth and quite noteworthy that its been 12th consecutive years now that Norway stands on this position.
Index measure is based on different factors like Education, Expected age of life and Standard of living (gross income per capita). Norway has around 81 years of average life expectancy, gross income around $65k per capita and average school years are 12.6 years which makes an overall score .99.4
Australia stands at 2nd and Switzerland at 3rd. Both of the countries have higher average age but per capita income is lower than Norway.
If we round up other countries coming up in the list, Denmark is at 4th, Netherlands 5th, Germany 6th followed up by Ireland, USA, Canada and New Zealand.