No U.S. city cracks the top 30 on this well-regarded list of the world’s best places to live
Global consulting firm Mercer has released its quality-of-living rankings, and, for a 10th year in a row, Vienna took the No. 1 spot. It was followed by Zurich, with Auckland, Munich and Vancouver tying for third place.
The company ranks hundreds of global cities based on a number of factors, including recreation, housing, economy, public services and transport, political and social environment, education, medical and health considerations, and the natural environment.
20 cities with the highest quality of living
15. Wellington, New Zealand
17. Melbourne, Australia
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