The non-profit organization Social Progress Imperative just announced the countries with the highest quality of life. While Scandinavian nations are on the top of the list, other densely populated nations couldn’t score very high, which proved that gross domestic product per capita doesn’t always mean a high standard of living.
The list has three indexes;
-Basic human needs (medical care, shelter, etc.)
-Foundations of wellbeing (education, access to technology, and life expectancy)
-Opportunity (personal rights, freedom of choice and tolerance)
Based on these, each country is given a score out of 100.