US News and World Report has released a ranking of the best countries in the world, considering over 70 factors such as cultural attractions, quality of life indicators like employment opportunities and education, as well as social factors like human rights and environmental preservation. Switzerland topped the list, thanks to low unemployment and corruption levels, as well as a strong cultural influence. Canada came in second, praised for its advanced technology-based industries, robust job market, and high-quality education and healthcare systems.
Sweden claimed third place, known for having the world's happiest inhabitants and being family-friendly. Notably, many European countries ranked in the top ten. Poland landed at the 35th spot, recognized for its rich history and contributions to art and the sciences, with mentions of figures like Copernicus, Marie Curie, and Chopin.