Vietnam up 39 notches in quality of life index rankings globally
CEOWORLD selected 165 countries that contribute the most to the world’s GDP to rank the quality of life index.
In order to determine the rankings, researchers at the CEOWORLD magazine analyzed and compared 165 countries across 10 key categories: Affordability, Economic stability, Family-friendly, A good job market, Income equality, political neutrality & stability, Safety, cultural influence, Well-developed public education system, and Well-developed public health system.
Each attribute was graded on a 100-point scale.
According to the latest data of CEOWORLD, Finland was the country with the best quality of life in the world, scoring 99.06 points, while Denmark and Norway placed second and third, respectively. The 2021 rankings placed Belgium in fourth ahead of Sweden into fifth, while Switzerland ranked sixth and the Netherlands seventh.
Japan topped Asia, scoring 91.23 points. It was also among the top 10 countries with the best quality of life globally.
Elsewhere in Southeast Asia, Singapore was the country with the best quality of life, scoring 87.64 points.
Vietnam scored 78.49 points, ranking 62nd out of 165 countries in the analysed report. In the previous year, CEOWORLD ranked Vietnam 101st out of 171 countries worldwide.