What’s the definition of a healthy city? A place with fresher air and little or no polution? What about where people simply take better care of themselves and have the means to do so? Or perhaps it’s a place where people can speak freely and be who they are without fearing oppression.
For us, simply put, it’s a place where everybody would want to live. Thankfully Mercer, one of the world’s largest HR consultancy firms, releases an annual “Quality of Living Index,” which looks at cities that provide the best quality of life. They factor in political, social and economic environments, medical and health issues, schools and education, housing, recreation and the natural environment. In a nutshell, these are the places you want to be.
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
It also landed a spot on this year's list of the top 20 countries with the most billionaires.