According to U.S. News & World Report’s survey for 2016 Best countries rankings of more than 7,000 women across the globe, The Kingdom of Denmark is the world’s best country for women. With it’s awesome health care systems, education, generous day care and parental leave policies, this city is built for us.
Other top countries included, Sweden, Canada, the Netherlands and Australia. Meanwhile, Algeria and Pakistan were ranked at the bottom of the list. US News reports that the rankings were based on 5 country attributes: cares about human rights, gender equality, income equality, safe and progressive.
Denmark was 10th overall and third for quality of life in the U.S. News & World Report surveys so it’s to no surprise that they came out on top.
In the infamous World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2014, Australia was ranked 24th out of the 142 countries.