Millennials are constantly on the move. According to a TransferWise survey conducted in 2015, more than half (55%) of adults aged 18-34 say they’d consider moving out of the US.

In partnership with brand strategy firm BAV and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, U.S. News & World Report compiled a list of the best countries to live in, according to millennials — which they defined as adults less than 35 years old. The ranking was determined by how nearly 6,000 millennials in four regions — the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and Africa — responded to the survey prompt of whether a particular country “is a place I would live.”

Australia, the adventurer’s paradise, came in at No. 1, followed by Canada in second and Italy in third. Read on for the full list of the best countries to live in according to millennials.

 

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20. Japan
Capital: Tokyo

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  • GDP: $4.9 trillion

  • Population: 127 million

  • Quality of life: 6.2

 

19. Argentina
Capital: Buenos Aires

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  • GDP: $610 billion

  • Population: 43 million

  • Quality of life: 1.2

 

18. Greece
Capital:Athens

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  • GDP: $242 billion

  • Population: 11 million

  • Quality of life: 1.4

 

17. Singapore
Capital:Singapore

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  • GDP: $298 billion

  • Population: 5.5 million

  • Quality of life: 4.6

 

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16. Austria
Capital:Vienna

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  • GDP: $428 billion

  • Population: 8.5 million

  • Quality of life: 7.3

 

15. Luxembourg
Capital:Luxembourg City

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  • GDP: $60.1 billion

  • Population: 556,074

  • Quality of life: 6.3

 

14. Germany
Capital: Berlin

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  • GDP: $3.7 billion

  • Population: 81 million

  • Quality of life: 8.1

 

13. Portugal
Capital: Lisbon

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  • GDP: $227 billion

  • Population: 10.4 million

  • Quality of life: 3.5

 

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12. Denmark
Capital: Copenhagen

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  • GDP: $336 billion

  • Population: 5.6 million

  • Quality of life: 9.2

 

11. France
Capital: Paris

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  • GDP: $2.8 trillion

  • Population: 66.2 million

  • Quality of life: 5.5

 

10. Spain
Capital: Madrid

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  • GDP: $1.4 trillion

  • Population: 46.4 million

  • Quality of life: 4.2

 

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9. Ireland
Capital: Dublin

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  • GDP: $232 billion

  • Population: 4.6 million

  • Quality of life: 5.7

 

8. United States
Capital: Washington DC

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  • GDP: $16.8 trillion

  • Population: 318.9 million

  • Quality of life: 5.4

 

7. United Kingdom
Capital: London

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  • GDP: $2.7 trillion

  • Population: 64.5 million

  • Quality of life: 7.3

 

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6. Netherlands
Capital: Amsterdam

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  • GDP: $854 billion

  • Population: 16.8 million

  • Quality of life: 8.5

 

5. Sweden
Capital: Stockholm

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  • GDP: $580 billion

  • Population: 9.7 million

  • Quality of life: 9.5

 

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4. New Zealand
Capital: Wellington

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  • GDP: $186 billion

  • Population: 4.5 million

  • Quality of life: 8.2

 

3. Italy
Capital: Rome

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  • GDP: $2.1 trillion

  • Population: 61.3 million

  • Quality of life: 3.6

 

2. Canada
Capital: Ottawa

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  • GDP: $1.8 trillion

  • Population: 35.5 million

  • Quality of life: 10

 

1. Australia
Capital: Canberra

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  • GDP: $1.6 trillion

  • Population: 23.5 million

  • Quality of life: 9.1

 

This feature originally appeared in Business Insider.

 

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