The United Nations recently published its annual Human Development Report, which ranks where people live long, healthy lives —in other words, the countries that are best to live in.
The UN looked at nearly 200 countries across a number of categories, including life expectancy, education, gender equality, and financial wealth.
Here are the countries that scored the highest.
12. Hong Kong — Residents of this Chinese territory have a high average life expectancy at 84 years.
11. The United States — The US ranks high in financial wealth. Americans earn an average of $53,245 per year.
10. Canada — Tying with the United States, Canada ranks high in education achievement. More than half of its residents graduate from college.