BBC.Norway is the best place in the world to live while Niger is the least desirable, according to an annual report by the United Nations.
The 182 countries were ranked according to the quality of life their citizens experienced.
Criteria examined included life expectancy, literacy rates, school enrolment and country economies.
However the UN human development index used data collected in 2007 - before the global economic crisis.
The UN Development Programme said the index highlighted the grave disparities between rich and poor countries.
All off to Norway then...