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December 6, 2021


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Mercer’s 2016 Quality of Living Rankings

Vienna took the top spot in Mercer’s 2016 Quality of Living Rankings. Headquartered in NYC and based in 43 countries, Mercer is the largest human resources consulting firm in the world. Mercer’s survey is conducted annually to enable multinational companies to compensate employees fairly when placing them on international assignments. Living conditions are analyzed according to 39 factors in 10 categories: politics, economics, socio-cultural, medical and health, schools and education and so on. The survey also identifies personal safety rankings based on internal stability, crime figures, performance of local law enforcement and the home country’s relationship with other countries. For more:

Quality of living

1. Vienna, Austria
2. Zurich, Switzerland
3. Auckland, New Zealand
4. Munich, Germany
5. Vancouver, Canada
6. Dusseldorf, Germany
7. Frankfort, Germany
8. Geneva, Switzerland
9. Copenhagen, Denmark
10. Sydney, Australia

Personal safety

1. Luxembourg
2. Bern, Switzerland
3. Helsinki, Finland
4. Zurich, Switzerland
5. Vienna, Austria
6. Geneva, Switzerland
7. Stockholm, Sweden
8. Singapore
9. Auckland, New Zealand
10. Wellington, New Zealand

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