The OECDs Your Better Life Index lets you weight 11 dimensions of a better life such as housing, income, community, health, and life-satisfaction and then produces a flowery graph showing how countries score according to your metric. Looks like I screwed up. According to my metric, I should be living in Canada. What’s up with that, eh?
If you don’t like the OECDs better life ranking, here is Oprah’s best life series.
Hat tip: Real Time Economics.