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Top Jovial Countries

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. The findings that were recorded after the research showed that 117 countries were ranked happy due to the immigration population and 156 countries according to their jovious level. Now when the list was narrowed some beautiful countries were ranked as the best places to being terms of happiness.

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. The study showed the Finnish people topped the list as they scored a whopping 7.632. With a population of 5.5 million individuals, the citizens enjoy high living standards, better health care and a fine education system and also not forgetting that three quarter of the population trust the police. In Finland, the difference between the rich and the poor is not so big thus having a high social security pattern. From their wealth, the Finnish citizens know how to make happiness be part of their lives.

From the study, the immigrant who live in Finland are found to be living happily. With a score of 7.594, Norway took the second position from their initial place during previous researches. Norway is one of the worlds richest countries as it has a sovereign wealth fund of $1 trillion. Norwegians have a high life expectancy and also enjoy free healthcare and education and they have a small income gap. With a score of 7.55, Denmark come in third position. This is so because Denmark has all of their citizens well educated and the social security is a very small gap. In addition to that, the decent healthcare services provided, work life balance and environmental protection have also raised the scores.

Having gunned 7.495, Iceland took the fourth place. Iceland was voted for being the most peaceful country in the world and also for promoting gender equality in 2018 during the economic forum. Having 7.487 point sees Switzerland taking the fifth position. this country has good infrastructure, healthy economy and also it has favorable taxes. 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 Scandinavian countries dominate the list as they have a strong social security system and also high education levels.

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