Best Countries to Reside In

13 Dec

Study carried out by a happiness research institute has shown that some countries are generally happy than others. 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.

 Some factors had to be considered so as to make the research easy and well carried out. These variables included the income of citizens, freedom, trust, generosity, social support and also the health life expectancy period of the country. After scoring 7.632 which was the highest score, Finland took the first position. 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. Having a minor difference in the social security, Finland’s level of happiness was greatly heightened. 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. With over a self-governing wealth fund of over $1 trillion, Norway is among the riches countries in the world. Norwegians have a high life expectancy and also enjoy free healthcare and education and they have a small income gap.  Denmark took the third position after scoring 7.55 points. This is so because Denmark has all of their citizens well educated and the social security is a very small gap. The high life expectancy, good health care and protection of the environment are also some of the factors that lead to high scores for Denmark. You can click here for the best places to visit or click here for more  travelling tips.

 Coming in number 4 is Iceland with a score of 7.495. In 2018 at the economic forum, Iceland was voted for being the best country in gender equality and also for being the most peaceful nation. 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. Also the life expectancy period is relatively high as the Swiss can expect to live for up to an average 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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