The Top Winners And Losers Among The World’s Cities

Western European cities dominate the top of our 2017 Quality of Living rankings, with Vienna remaining in the No. 1 spot for the 8th year in a row. City infrastructure plays an important role when multinationals decide where to establish locations and was ranked separately this year. Singapore tops the list for infrastructure.


Trends In Global Quality of Living: Top 10 Cities vs Bottom 10 Cities


Top 5 Most Desirable Cities for International Employees


City Infrastructure Rankings


This feature originally appeared in Mobility Exchange.


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