Denmark has been named the world’s best country to live in, according to the Quality of Life Rankings 2019 by the CEOWORLD magazine, with Switzerland, Finland, Australia, and Austria rounding off the top five.
The rankings for 2019 evaluated 70 countries around the world to determine which ones are the absolute best to live in for both business and life and surveyed more than 120,000 people from four regions; the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa. Countries are ranked based on a number of factors, including house price to income ratio, purchasing power index, traffic commute time, pollution index, climate, personal safety, healthcare services, and cost of living index.
These are some of Denmark’s scores in the Quality of Life Rankings 2019:
#1 Quality of life overall
#5 Cost of living
#5 Healthcare services
#7 House price to income ratio
#8 Purchasing power
#11 Traffic commute time
Read more about the Quality of Life Rankings 2019 here.