US Drops in Global Happiness Rankings, Especially Among Younger Generations

By
Santiago Escalante
1 min read

The recent UN report on global happiness rankings reveals that the US has dropped to 23rd place, a significant decline from last year's 15th ranking. The study attributes this decline to the unhappiness of younger Americans, particularly those under the age of 44. This pattern contrasts with most other countries where younger people tend to be happier than older people. The report points to factors such as loneliness and lack of social support as contributing to this trend. It also highlights the disparity in wealth distribution across different generations and its potential role in influencing happiness levels. Additionally, the report provides insights on the happiness rankings of other countries and their generational differences, shedding light on the overall global happiness landscape.

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