Liveability of Cities Ranking 2013

This report from EIU provides a ranking of the best and the worst cities to live in. The ranking is based on over 30 qualitative and quantitative factors across five broad categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure.
This report can be applied for a broad range of uses, from benchmarking development levels to hardship allowance as part of expatriate relocation packages.
Top ten livable cities (100=ideal, 0=intolerable):
  1. Melbourne (97.5)
  2. Vienna (97.4)        
  3. Vancouver (97.3)
  4. Toronto (97.2)
  5. Calgary (96.6)
  6. Adelaide (96.6)
  7. Sydney (96.1)
  8. Helsinki (96.0)
  9. Perth (95.9)
  10. Auckland (95.7) 



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