World Happiness Report will celebrate its tenth anniversary in 2023! Life assessments, good feelings, and negative emotions are the three key factors used in the report to determine happiness.
Finland is the happiest country in the world for the fifth year in a row! Even though the beautiful Nordic nation had some economic hardship during the COVID-19, the pandemic couldn’t dampen the Finnish people’s joy. The optimism of Finland’s approximately 5.5 million citizens and government should serve as an example to the rest of the world. Finland is a Christmas-winter wonderland, surrounded by magnificent lakes, islands, and woods.
Denmark, which has dominated the top spots of the world’s happiest nations for several years, is ranked second this year. The free education and health care systems of a stable government are two of the most important aspects of people’s happiness. There are some world-famous beaches, turquoise lakes, and lovely islands strewn around the country!
Iceland was ranked third among the world’s happiest countries. The country has a population of 366000 people, with the majority of them residing in Reykjavik, the capital. High living standards, free education, low unemployment, and low crime rates are all elements that contribute to people’s happiness. The nation is known for its spectacular volcanoes, freezing glaciers, hot springs, and massive waterfalls.
Switzerland has retained its position as one of the world’s happiest countries, ranking among the top five nations. The country has a high GDP per capita and low levels of corruption, which has contributed to its residents’ satisfaction. Switzerland, the land of banking, expensive watches, and chocolates, is a delightfully cheerful country.
With a happiness score of 7.415, the country came in fifth place on the list of happiest countries. Residents have a good work-life balance, a good education, and low crime rates. The country, Besides, is rich in biodiversity and has an interesting history.
Luxembourg, a newcomer to the world happiness report, is a lovely country nestled between Belgium, France, and Germany. The country has a population of roughly 640000 people, with around half of them having a foreign nationality. Being a melting pot of cultures has added to the enjoyment of the people who live here.
Despite dropping one rank from the previous year, the lovely Scandinavian country remains in the top ten! Sweden is ranked seventh in the World Happiness Report, with high life expectancy and freedom of choice.
Norway is well-known for its gorgeous natural beauty. Norway, surrounded by fjords and lakes, has long drawn visitors from all over the world. People travel to the land in large numbers to view the mystical northern lights. The country boasts a high per capita GDP, excellent health care, and a strong educational system.
Israel, in ninth place, really is stunning! Due to a high life expectancy and freedom to make life choices, the country has risen from 12th to ninth place in the World Happiness Report.
New Zealand was ranked ninth last year but is now ranked tenth this year. The country is noted for its magnificent natural features that are easily accessible, as well as its great quality of life and work-life balance.