According to the Global Happiness Index, which evaluates happiness levels in over 140 countries, Switzerland has been declared the happiest country in the world. The ranking system considers 7 crucial factors: work-life balance, government social welfare, income, healthcare, corruption, quality education, and freedom.
Iceland (No. 2), Denmark (No. 3), Norway (No. 4), and Finland (No. 5) all made it into the top five happiest countries in the world. Switzerland’s high ranking is a clear indication of its positive environment. However, it’s also worth investigating where other countries are placed on the list.
Happiness is a subjective experience unique to each individual. However, there are certain factors that can contribute to creating a happier society, regardless of location.
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