The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) made a list to arrange to the country-members according to its quality of life. The ranking has been elaborated based on 11 conditions: housing, income, jobs, education, environment, civic engagement, community, health, life satisfaction, safety and work-life balance. (You can read the full methodology here).
The ranking is topped by Australia, followed by Norway and Sweden.
On its behalf, Chile has also achieved the third place, but in descending way, surpassing Mexico and Turkey, according to OECD.
Both nations are facing social problems relating to violence. The ottoman country has been affected by a serie of explosive attacks, which have left more than hundred dead during 2016, while Mexico suffers conflicts related to drug trafficking and drug networks.
“Income” and “environment” were the two worst topics at the Chilean evaluation.