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The ranking reveals the fastest country in the world to live in

The ranking reveals the fastest country in the world to live in

The pursuit of happiness is a theme present in many people’s lives. After all, we all want to be happy and find meaning in life.

For many, the pursuit of happiness can mean having a successful career, healthy relationships, financial stability, or finding a greater purpose in life.

For others, happiness is linked to where they live, to security, tranquility, climate, and population, among other things. What few people know is that there is a ranking list of the happiest countries in the world.

To prepare the ranking, some criteria are analyzed in the annual report World Happiness ReportSuch as social support, income, health, freedom, generosity, and the absence of corruption.

The report takes into account a range of factors, including quality of life, life expectancy, per capita GDP, individual freedom, generosity, and trust in government and social institutions.

Based on these factors, the happiest countries in the world are generally those that have a combination of high incomes, a good quality of life, and a strong sense of community.

Find out the ranking of the happiest countries in the world

  1. Finland;
  2. Denmark ;
  3. Iceland;
  4. Israel;
  5. Holland;
  6. Sweden;
  7. Norway;
  8. Switzerland ;
  9. Luxembourg;
  10. New Zealand;
  11. Austria ;
  12. Australia ;
  13. Canada;
  14. Ireland;
  15. we;
  16. Germany;
  17. Belgium;
  18. Czech Republic;
  19. United kingdom;
  20. Lithuania.
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So, if you are looking for a place that will make you happier, this place is Finland. According to the United Nations (UN) World Happiness Report, Finland has been ranked as the happiest country in the world for several years in a row. In fact, this is the sixth time this year that the country is at the top of the list.

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But this iteration of leadership is not accidental, as the report that makes the ranking takes into account several factors, such as GDP per capita, life expectancy, individual freedom, generosity, perception of corruption, and social support.