Finland Named Happiest Country for Seventh Year

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Aino Mäkinen
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Finland has been named the world's happiest country for the seventh year in a row according to the World Happiness Report. The report relies on data from the Gallup World Poll and represents the average view of life satisfaction in respective countries. Despite the US falling out of the top 20 for the first time, older people in the UK are significantly happier than younger age groups, even though the country is reported to be the second most miserable country in the world. Lithuania ranked as the happiest country for young people, while Czechia maintained its 18th position for the second year in a row, known for its strong work-life balance and low cost of living. Other countries like Canada, Israel, and Iceland also made it to the top 20 list, with varying factors contributing to their happiness rankings.

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