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World Happiest Countries

tophappiestplacesDec 13, 2018, 7:39:54 PM
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Study carried out by a happiness research institute has shown that some countries are generally happy than others. Moving to one of these countries may do you a favor in terms of mood improvement. In the world happiness report that was carried globally, 156 countries were categorized according to their happiness rate and a whopping 117 countries according to the happiness of their immigrant population. After all the hustle and bustle only ten countries were found to have the most happiest citizens.

Factors that promoted happiness were used so as to make the research narrowed and easy. To simplify the research the social support, income, trust, generosity, healthy life expectancy period and freedom of the citizens of a particular country had to be studied. Finland was graded the happiest country after scoring 7.632 point. Finland has a population of 5.5 million people who mostly can afford better standards of living, a good education system, better health care and also that the, majority of the people have faith in the police. Having a minor difference in the social security, Finland’s level of happiness was greatly heightened. From their wealth, the Finnish citizens know how to make happiness be part of their lives.

Also Finland also homes the world’s happiest immigrants. Norway came in second as they scored 7.594 but they had fallen from their previous first position to number two. With over a self-governing wealth fund of over $1 trillion, Norway is among the riches countries in the world. Norwegians have a high life expectancy and also enjoy free healthcare and education and they have a small income gap. The third place was taken by Denmark after scoring 7.55. With a 100% literacy rate and one of the smallest wealth gaps, Denmark’s happiness level is ranked among the highest. Denmark has high scores due to its splendid health care services, environment protection by the citizens and also high life expectancy. Check out these countries where you would want to live in or click for more tips on where you should travel.

Coming in number 4 is Iceland with a score of 7.495. Iceland was voted for being the most peaceful country in the world and also for promoting gender equality in 2018 during the economic forum. Switzerland takes the fifth position with a score of 7.487. this country has good infrastructure, healthy economy and also it has favorable taxes. Having an average life expectancy of 83 years the Swiss can happily enjoy living their lives. Coming in the 6th position was Netherland with a score of 7.441 points. The Dutch are well educated people and also they have a good flood defensive system. Most Scandinavian countries dominate the list as they have a strong social security system and also high education levels.