Top Five and Bottom Five Countries in U.N. Ratings
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#3 United States
When the U.N. Development Program factored in internal inequalities in health, education and income, the United States (with a 0.937 Human Development Index in 2013) dropped to No. 16 because of disparities particularly among Latinos and African-Americans.
Here, a migrant worker picks oranges at a grove in Bradenton, Fla., on March 29, 2006.