Oh it's definitely Canada.Here's a few media headlines you can research if you want to:'Canada: Richer than America and more powerful than Europe''Canada to lead G7 nations in average growth for next 50 years: OECD''Canada rises to Top Five in world economic freedom ranking as U.S. plummets to 18th''Canada Trounces U.S. In Best Countries For Business''Canadian banks rated safest in world''While the rest of the world sinks into despair, Canadians have never felt so upbeat about the future''Obama in Canada Finds Worlds Best Financial System''Canada Named The World's Most Educated Country''Canada is best G20 country for females''Best Country For Kids: Canada Best Place In The World To Raise Children''On free trade, Canada leads the way''Free trade with Canada has become a global aspiration''Canada leads the world in research impact, shows study''Canada leads the world in technology adoption''Canada leads G8 in keeping promises''And the fastest-growing G8 country is Canada''Crime: Canada's common sense approach trumps America's zeal for incarceration''Canada better than U.S., U.K. at protecting citizens' privacy: study''Canada: Constitutional Superpower''Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary picked as three of world's top five most liveable cities''Canadians are the most tolerant people in the developed world: report''Multiculturalism has been Canada's solution, not its problem''Canada poised to claim ownership of vast underwater territory bigger than Quebec''Canadian salaries to jump 2.9% in 2013''Canada can fairly claim to be the best-governed country in the world''10 Most Reputable Countries and Canada Takes Top Spot''The Promise of a Canadian superpower''A great time to be Canadian''The World would love to be Canadian''Canada tops global expats survey of best countries''Why Canada is 'top destination for British expats' 'Americans moving to Canada in record numbers: report''Jerusalem Post Calls Canada The New Leader Of The Free World'More than just that, Canada's internationally rated as being/having:-The world's best advanced economy.-The world's soundest banking system.-The world's most tolerant nation.-The world's most multicultural society.-The world leader in educational attainment.-The highest quality of life in the G7.-The safest G7 nation to live in.-The G7's most fairly-administered judicial system.-The G7 leader in providing equal opportunities for individuals.-The only G7 nation fully-recovered from the US-caused global financial crisis & recession.-The world's best country for business.-The strongest fiscal position of all G7 nations.-The best G7 nation for business over the next 5 years.And also internationally rated as beingne of the world's 10 safest countries.-One of the world's 10 most peaceful nations.-One of the world's 10 happiest countries.-One of the world's 10 least corrupt nations.No other nation on Earth can say claim to be all of the above.Plus judging from what you've said, employment standards seem to be better in Canada:Link - _http://www.immigrationnorthwesternontariâ€¦Cost of living varies wildly depending on where you live.From $10.00 plots of land in rural Manitoba town - _http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/manitoba-toâ€¦To million dollar apartments high above the bright lights of Canada's biggest city, Toronto - _http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxZjgDBdLâ€¦The best advice I can give you is to start researching more about Canada.Start with the Canadian government's national jobs listing websites:Link - _http://www.workingincanada.gc.ca/home-enâ€¦Link - _http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/intro-eng.aspxAnd the other sites considered reputable:Link - _http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/othsite-eng.aspâ€¦There's also location to consider.I live in the Province of Ontario. It's 27 times larger than Switzerland, just one of Canada's 10 Provinces and 3 Territories, and not the largest of them either.With a country as huge as Canada, you need to narrow down what type of region (mountain, prairie, etc) you prefer.Personally, I like living in southern Ontario because it's tropically hot and humid from May to September.(The city of Toronto, Ontario's Capital, is at the same latitude as the French Riviera.)Plus the winters (usually) aren't as cold as what the rest of Canada experiences.