According to a study, conducted by US News & World Report in partnership with Y&R’s BAVand Wharton, 80 countries’ overall rankings on the 20 best countries in 2019 were measured based “on 75 different metrics.
Each of those metrics was then placed into one of nine subcategories that included:
1. A good job market
3. Economic stability
4. Family friendly
5. Income equality
6. Politically stable
8. Well-developed public health system
9. Well-developed public education system
The 2019 Best Countries report and rankings are based on how global perceptions define countries in terms of a number of qualitative characteristics, impressions that have the potential to drive trade, travel and investment and directly affect national economies.
According to the study, Canada placed number one for its political stability, strong job market, safe environment, and its good education system.
Source & PC: Daily Hive