CNBC put up another round of their "Best Places to Live" in the world, with a little help from several consulting firms and other magazines.
A link to the article is above. And what's not surprising about it? Not a single city from the United States made it to the list, while Canada came in with three cities and Europe (despite being vilified in the news) had almost all the remaining cities. They were awarded such prestige because they actually, in every category, rated higher than any American city in terms of pay, ease, employment, happiness, etc.
Maybe we SHOULD be trying to be a bit more like Europe. What do you think?