Recently released by The Economist Intelligence Unit on the back of the regular ‘liveability survey’ Melbourne in Australia is once again rank as the most liveable city in the world.
The liveability survey test a number of factors including development levels, aspects of hardship and overall liveability of an individual based on lifestyle benchmarks. These include Stability, Healthcare, Culture, Education and overall Infrastructure.
The results show Melbourne as the most liveable city, which is followed by Vienna and Vancouver, that was considered the most liveable in 2011. Australia and Canada are clear winners over any other country, between them claiming 7 of the top 10 spots.
Read the full report from The Economist by clicking here.
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