America, and China are all left behind…this country has become the happiest country, know how it gets this status


No matter how powerful countries like America and China are, they are still far behind in this one matter. And that is happiness. This has been proved once again that money and power do not make you happy. Finland has once again achieved a high position by defeating China and America. Finland is the happiest country in the world. Finland has been declared the happiest country in the World Happiness Report.

According to the World Happiness Report released on Wednesday, Finland is the happiest country in the world. The special thing is that Finland has achieved this position for the seventh consecutive year. It has overtaken big countries in prosperity. And the Nordic countries maintained their place among the 10 happiest countries. Countries like Denmark, Iceland, and Sweden are included in this.

According to the World Happiness Report, Afghanistan, which has been plagued by humanitarian devastation since coming under Taliban control in 2020, ranked lowest among the 143 countries surveyed. This is the first time that big countries like the United States and Germany are not included in the 20 happiest countries. America has got 23rd place in the survey while Germany is at 24th place. Whereas Costa Rica and Kuwait are included in the 20 happiest countries. Costa Rica is at 12th position and Kuwait has joined the top 20 countries at 13th position.

It has also been told in the World Happiness Report that now none of the largest countries of the world is included among the happiest countries. Among the top 10 countries, only the Netherlands and Australia have a population of more than 15 million. Along with this, the population of Canada and the UK in the top 20 countries is more than 30 million. The sharpest decline in happiness since 2006-10 has been seen in Afghanistan, Lebanon, and Jordan. The highest growth has been recorded in Eastern European countries Serbia, Bulgaria, and Latvia.

Let us tell you that the happiness ranking is based on people's assessment of their life satisfaction as well as GDP per capita, social support, healthy life, freedom, generosity, and corruption. The report found a decline in happiness among people under 30 in North America, Australia, and New Zealand since 2006-10. At the same time, the older generation is now happier than the youth.