Discovering The Truth About

Best Countries to Reside In

A happiness exploration was carried out by a local research institute that wanted to measure the happiness rate of countries all over the world and they came to find out that there are countries that are the most happy places to be. If you want to increase your attitude, moving to one of these places may do you a lot of good. 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. The income of citizen, trust levels, generosity, life expectancy period and social support of a country were some of the factors that were used during the evaluation. The study showed the Finnish people topped the list as they scored a whopping 7.632. 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. The gap between the rich Finnish citizens and the poor ones has been narrowed which also contributed to boosting the happiness level. From their wealth, the Finnish citizens know how to make happiness be part of their lives.

Also Finland also homes the worlds happiest immigrants. With a score of 7.594, Norway took the second position from their initial place during previous researches. With over a self-governing wealth fund of over $1 trillion, Norway is among the riches countries in the world. With only a small gap between the rich and the poor, the Nordics enjoy free healthcare services and education and also they have a high life expectancy. With a score of 7.55, Denmark come in third position. With a 100% literacy rate and one of the smallest wealth gaps, Denmarks happiness level is ranked among the highest. In addition to that, the decent healthcare services provided, work life balance and environmental protection have also raised the scores.

Coming in number 4 is Iceland with a score of 7.495. This great country was voted for being the most peaceful country and also for enhancing gender equality in 2018. Having 7.487 point sees Switzerland taking the fifth position. The study showed that the infrastructure in Switzerland and its favorable taxes and healthy economy boosted its happiness levels. In regards to life expectancy, Switzerland comes in 2nd place as a healthy Swiss can live for up to an average age of 83 years. Netherland took the sixth position having a score of 7.441. The Dutch have a good flood defensive system in the world and also they are well educated and free to make their own life choices. Most countries that top the list have a good education system and there is a small gap between the rich and poor.