This article will bring you to the list of countries with the highest quality of life index. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some arresting information. Who wouldn’t like to live in a country where people can live in peace, rich environment and at high living standard? I think all of us. Now, with the help Insider Monkey’s compilation you can get a nice insight into the life of these countries. Personally, I love all these countries, and I have already visited some of them, while the others are in my future plans.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of countries with the highest quality of life index from their list.
At first let’s check out Spain. Land of flamenco, music, fire, dance, or in other words – the land of passion, Spain takes the 13th place on our list of the countries with the highest quality of life index. When it comes to average life expectancy, its residents can boast about its average of 82.2 (sharing the 4th place together with Australia). And what about the happiness of its vibrant people? The next country on our short list should be Austria. I am sure everyone has expected to see this amazing country on this list of countries with the highest quality of life index. Austria has been known for a long time now, as a country with a great standard of living, and its residents are just a bit happier than those of the US, with Austria taking the 13th place among the happiest countries in the world. Average life expectancy here is 81.5, being among the first 20 (more precise 18th). At last, bot not least we are mentioning Netherlands. Oh, the land of tulips and bicycles. Maybe because of all this, or because of its slightly liberate drug laws, but the Dutch are among the happiest people on the planet – taking the 6th place in the World Happiness Report for the year 2017. They can also brag with its average life expectancy being the 14th highest in the world, with 81.9 years.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 countries with the highest quality of life index.