Nobody today believes that the world‘s wealth is equally distributed. What is shocking, nonetheless, is the extreme inequality of results disclosed in a survey by Oxfam. According to the Oxfam survey, the majority (82%) of the wealth created in the world in 2017 belonged to 1% of the richest people on earth. While rich people became richer, 3,7 bilion people who live in poverty experienced no change for the better at all.
What makes the best places for living? Mercers has come up with a traditional ranking of cities, and among multiple factors which make them the best places for living in 2017 were, for example, quality of living, city infrastructure, health system, or political and economical situation. Here is the list of cities with the best quality of living:
With the explosion in the numbers of those travelling and also the great upsurge in the number of smartphone and social media users, certain habits have got established relating to the kind of pictures being taken. Sony Mobile revealed their research #XperiaNewPerspectives on the most photographed spots on Earth. And the results? Check out with us.