Danish capital Copenhagen has been ranked the eighth best city in an analysis which focuses on conditions for employees sent to work abroad.

The survey-based ranking of global cities, the Mercer Quality of Living City Ranking, was published on Wednesday.

Research into the practicalities of daily life for international employees and their families forms the basis of the annual quality of living ranking, which is conducted annually for multinational companies and other organizations which place employees on international assignments, Mercer writes on its website.

Living conditions are analyzed according to 39 factors, grouped into 10 categories: political and social environment, economic environment, socio-cultural environment, medical and health considerations, schools and education public services and transportation, recreation, consumer goods, housing, and natural environment.

The data was analyzed between September and November 2018.


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Source: The Local DK