Denmark is named in the latest quality of life index as the best country overall when it comes to quality of life, but if it is money you are after then the United States has the highest pay.
Korea comes out as the safest, India the cheapest, Finland the least polluted, and Portugal the best climate, according to the data compiled by UK bases property website The House Shop.
To celebrate the Olympics, the online real estate business decided to rate countries taking part in the Summer Games in Rio according to categories that would attract expats. The analysis looked at purchasing power, safety, healthcare, property prices, pollution and climate.
With a score of 201.53, Denmark came top in the best quality of life category with Copenhagen described as one of the happiest and eco-friendly cities in the world, with Switzerland in second place with 196.44 thanks to its stable economy and Australia in third with 196.4.