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Finland’s Happiness Formula: How Scandinavia Takes the Top Spot in World Happiness Report

BySamantha Jones

Apr 4, 2024
Unveiling the Mystery of the Happiest Country in the World

For the seventh year in a row, Finland has been named the world’s happiest country according to the World Happiness Report, which was established in 2012 by the United Nations to promote sustainable development goals. In a survey where participants rated their lives on a scale from one to ten, Finland scored 7.7, securing its top spot. Scandinavian countries dominated the list while the United States and Germany fell out of the top 20. Afghanistan, plagued by war and conflict, ranked lowest with a score of 1.7.

The Finnish ambassador to Germany, Kai Sauer, attributes his country’s happiness to factors such as gender equality, trust in national institutions and citizens, and low corruption. Finland was the first country in the world to grant women the full right to vote and run in parliamentary elections in 1906. Helsinki, the Finnish capital, was rated the most honest city in a test of citizens’ honesty conducted by Reader’s Digest. Additionally, Transparency International ranks Finland as the second-least-corrupt country after Denmark.

The Finnish government’s policies on education, healthcare, and family support also contribute to the happiness of its citizens. Finland’s education system is ranked among the top globally

By Samantha Jones

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