8  Best Countries To Live In Around The World


Norway ranked highest in standard of living, life expectancy, and education, 13 times in a row. Thanks to the country's robust, publicly funded healthcare system, the average life expectancy is 82 years.


Switzerland ranks high in overall health. On average, people live to age 83 and have a relatively low risk for diseases like malaria, HIV, and tuberculosis.

Sweden And Denmark

Sweden is known for its healthcare, public education, and economic security, while Denmark for its stable government and social mobility.

Australia And New Zealand

Known for their high standards of healthcare and abundant job opportunities in various sectors like technology and healthcare.


Offers a robust job market, particularly in finance and tech, along with high standards of healthcare and education.


It's recognized for its cultural diversity, high-quality healthcare and education, and a variety of job opportunities.


Japan's blend of traditional and modern culture creates a safe, respectful, and technologically advanced country with strong technology, automobile, and electronics sectors.


Renowned for its friendly locals and booming tech industry, Ireland offers vibrant cities and a rich culture.

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