The Human Development Report 2007/2008 rated the countries in terms of their "human development index": a statistical analysis of factors that influence a person's quality of life, such as per capita gross domestic product and life expectancy.







Discovering the best places to live provides inspiration for travel so that we can get a glimpse of highly ranked quality of life. Here’s the top nine:
1. Iceland
2. Norway
3. Australia
4. Canada
5. Ireland
6. Switzerland
7. Japan
8. The Netherlands
9. France

The United States fell to 12th on the list.

The worst place in the world to live? Sierra Leone.
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