Date:February 16, 2020

10 Happiest Countries in the World

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Happiness can express very different things to different people. It is a nebulous thing, hard to grasp and harder to hold onto. It makes it tough to quantify and rank with any real authority. 

 Below is a list of 10 happiest countries in the world.

10. Austria

Australia owns the tenth position in the list of happiest countries in the world.

Australia enriched with the presence of golden beaches and its extraordinary weather conditions. There are many places to get escape from the crowd, and a unique lifestyle is always noticeable in the country.

9. Canada

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Canada has a federal parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarchy system. This multicultural nation is bilingual at official levels. A large number of immigrants cause the main contribution of the multicultural behavior of the country. The country is also the tenth largest one in the world by the economy. It is relying on natural resources and well-formed trade networks of the country.

8. New Zealand

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 New Zealand remains a relaxed, welcoming wonderland that loses none of its appeals, whether you’re on vacation or based there permanently. The country is rich with diverse biodiversity of animals and plant life, it also holds other attractions like mountain peaks and varied topography

7. Sweden

Because of the higher rate of GDP per capita income, people in the country have a high living standard. The economy focuses on the export-oriented nature of iron, timber and hydropower resources. The country thus gives much emphasis on foreign trade as well. The country provides better health care and education facilities for the citizens.

6. Switzerland

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The unique features of the country include the booming economy, phenomenal infrastructure, and educational services. These different policies are the key secrets to its success internationally. The clean environment also makes an increase in the life expectancy of people in the mid-eighties. Traveling down the streets in Switzerland feels like an extremely perfect and happily narrated fairy tale. 

5. Netherlands

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The pace of life and freedom are particularly strong points that put a smile on many residents’ faces.  Netherland is a liberal country with legalized rules for prostitution, abortion and euthanasia. It also maintains a progressive drug policy system.

4. Iceland

 Iceland is the most peaceful and fair country in the North Atlantic. The country is famous for its low tax rates and rich services in educational and healthcare systems. Iceland is known as the most established published country, where one in ten residents write books.

3. Norway

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 It is described as Europe’s most beautiful country that benefits from little to no corruption, phenomenal social support and freedom and a regular top spot in the world’s prosperity indexes. It is the biggest producer of natural gas in the Middle East regions, and the country has the lowest crime rates and most top inequality-adjusted indexing.

2. Denmark

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 In this country, people experience a high living standard. The reasons for this include education, health care, prosperity, and human development. The country is known for the world’s highest social mobility and a higher level of income equality. The corruption rate in Denmark is also seemed to be low. The increased per capita rate and highest personal income tax rates are also noticeable about the country.

1. Finland

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 Finland is the king of the happiest countries in the world – Free education, generous parental leave, and a healthy work-life balance ensure that people have the time and the means to pursue their pleasures, no matter how mundane.

The country is also called Finland a better place on earth to live because of the high environmental standards and the low threat level and as home since a large number of immigrants are moving towards it.

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