No wonder it's so terrible! The latest Australian rankings all over the world
1. "The Happiest Country": First
In 2013, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) rated Australia as the "Happiest Country".
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development evaluates its member states based on 11 criteria such as housing, employment, income, community, education, civil participation, health, safety, and work-life balance each year, and announces the "Happiest Country" ( The best quality of life) ranking (Better LifeIndex).
In 2013, Australia became the top country on the list. The most prominent point is that the volunteer spirit of Australians is deeply rooted. The figures show that Australians spend an average of 6 minutes a day on voluntary work, which is much higher than economic cooperation and the same time. 65 % Of the people have helped strangers (the OECD average is 47%).
After Australia, the top ten countries are Norway, the United States, Sweden, Denmark, Canada, Switzerland, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Luxembourg.
2. "Human Development Index": Second
Every year, the United Nations conducts surveys and studies on the development status of its member states and launches the annual Human Development Index (Human Development Index).
In the 2013 report, Australia ranked second among 187 countries, second only to Norway; the United States ranked third, while the Democratic Republic of the Congo ranked bottom.
The top ten countries on the list are Norway, Australia, the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, New Zealand, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland and Japan.
This index not only compares elements such as health, education, and income, but also adds "gender inequity factors" to these elements, rather than simply taking the average value.
3. "The world's ten most suitable countries for children to grow up": second
"Where were you born in 2012?" published by The Economist in 2013. "(Top10 Countries To Be Born In)'s ranking shows that after Switzerland, Australia has become the world's second most suitable country for children to grow up.
The top ten countries/regions are Switzerland, Australia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Singapore, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Canada and Hong Kong.
The factors considered for this list include: GDP per capita, life expectancy, quality of life (based on divorce rate), employment stability, community quality of life, personal safety, governance, gender equity, climate and political freedom.
4. "Global Youth Happiness Index": No. XNUMX
In 2014, the United States and the International Youth Foundation jointly surveyed the Global Youth Wellbeing Index (Global Youth Wellbeing Index). The results showed that Australia’s young people (12-24 years old) have a very high happiness index. Young people in Australia are 12- Young people between 24 years old live well.
A survey of young people in 30 countries around the world found that Australia ranked first in the world, followed by Sweden, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, Japan, Spain, Saudi Arabia and Thailand.
5. "The most suitable country for Chinese immigrants": Second
Which countries are most suitable for Chinese immigrants? In October 2013, Forbes selected the top ten most suitable countries for Chinese immigrants (Top10 Chinese Immigration Destinations).
Sweden, a Nordic country, ranks first in the world due to its wealth, good welfare, long life span, and social progress index, making it the most suitable country for Chinese immigrants; Australia ranks second with its warm climate, beach culture, and clean air. .
The following are Germany, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Singapore, France, the United Kingdom and the United States. This ranking compares the comprehensive results of such things as living expenses, investment, economics, education, and health systems.
6. "G20 Most Sustainable Development Rating List": No. XNUMX
In 2012, the G20Scorecard Ranking of CorporateKnights, a consulting agency, made the first scoring ranking of the G20 based on environmental, social, intellectual and other indicators.
Australia, Japan and Germany are rated as the most sustainable countries in the world, followed by the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, South Korea, France, Italy and the European Union.
7. "Global Gender Gap Report": First
In 2013, the World Economic Forum launched the Global Gender Gap Report, and Australia ranks first in the world in terms of gender equality in education
8. "The most suitable city for human habitation": Melbourne, Australia has won several championships
Let's take a closer look at Melbourne. Melbourne (Melbourne) is Australia's second largest city, or Mocheng for short, is the capital of Victoria. The green area of the city is as high as 40%.
Melbourne has been rated as the most liveable city by the UN-Habitat for many years. Among them, Melbourne won the first place in the livable city evaluation for 2011 consecutive years from 2014 to 4.
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