Each year, the Economist Intelligence Unit releases the Global Livability Index— a ranking of 172 cities around the world based on stability, healthcare, culture, education, and infrastructure. This year, average ratings reached a record high rating of 76.2 out of 100, with the biggest jumps occurring in the healthcare sector. According to the index, the top ten most liveable cities in the world are Vienna, Austria; Copenhagen, Denmark; Melbourne, Australia; Sydney, Australia; Vancouver, Canada; Zurich, Switzerland; Calgary, Canada; Geneva, Switzerland; Toronto, Canada; and Osaka, Japan. Check out a summary of the full report here!
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