Ratings for a better life

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has a cool tool called the Better Life Index on its website.  It’s very easy to manipulate and uses 11 measures for human happiness to help you decide which country in the world (or at least the ones in the OECD) would be the best place for you to live.  I clicked on my rating for each measure and, not wanting to influence my own choices, refused to look at the interactive graph as it changed after each of my clicks.  Guess what… I still ended up with Canada.  🙂

About Peter Armaly
I get jazzed by automation, big data, and blockchain tech. Business, technology, and fitness are things I understand. Scotch, wine, food, and fiction are things I appreciate.

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