Finland has retained its position as the world’s happiest country for six years in a row, according to the World Happiness Report 2023.
The report, created by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), measures the level of satisfaction among citizens across the globe.
India has improved its ranking from 136th to 125th this year, according to the report.
The report examines various parameters such as freedom, social support, GDP per capita, healthy life expectancy, generosity, and low corruption to measure global happiness rates.
Despite the pandemic, the global happiness rate has remained resilient, and life evaluations have not taken a hit.
The top 20 happiest countries in the world, according to the report, include Denmark, Iceland, Israel, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, and Switzerland.
The report encourages governments to enhance community welfare, social justice, and environmental sustainability.
The report also emphasizes the importance of social support systems and their role in promoting happiness among citizens.
The report suggests that countries with higher levels of social support tend to have higher levels of happiness.
The World Happiness Report 2023 provides a valuable resource for policymakers to evaluate and enhance the happiness and well-being of their citizens.
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