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Finland chosen as the ‘Happiest Country in the World’ for seven consecutive years – The United States falls out of the top 20 for the first time, Japan is ranked lowest in the G7

Finland has been named the world’s happiest country for the seventh consecutive year, according to the World Happiness Report. The report, which ranks the happiness of 143 countries or regions, is released to coincide with International Happiness Day on March 20th. Among the Nordic countries, which maintain a high level of satisfaction, Finland continues to top the list.

Denmark ranked second in the ranking, followed by Iceland, Sweden, and Norway in the third, fourth, and fifth places, respectively. This further highlighted the high level of happiness in Nordic countries. However, the United States, the world’s largest economy, fell out of the top 20 for the first time, shaking its position.

On the other hand, Japan ranked 51st among 143 countries, making it the lowest-ranked country among the G7 nations. Taiwan, which dropped from 27th place the previous year, ranked 31st. The report evaluates happiness by considering the economy, society, and health status of each country or region.

The high level of happiness in Finland, which has maintained the top spot for seven consecutive years, is directly related to its high life satisfaction. This serves as a valuable reference in the pursuit of happiness, a universal goal in a constantly changing world.


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