Due to its high standard of living and freedom, Finland has been ranked as the world's happiest nation four times in a row. Moreover, it is been recognised as having one of the greatest educational systems in the world.
World-wide awe for the "Danish way of living" dates back many centuries. Also, the nation is dedicated to the creation of renewable energy.
The Swiss people experience an unmatched sense of involvement in the development of their nation, from decisions regarding human rights to the placement of traffic lights in their neighbourhood. It came in at number three on the list of happiest nations.
As the financial system collapsed in 2007, Iceland was there to witness it. Since then, nothing fazes the Icelanders and they have learned how to stick together during difficult times.
One of the best locations to view the Aurora Borealis, or Northern lights, is in this nation.
Even more intriguing is the fact that between 2005 and 2020, the nation's happiness ratings scarcely changed.
The nation's thriving economy is based on its abundant natural resources, and it has one of the best social security systems in the world.
In addition to other healthcare and employment benefits, Swedes also get 480 days of paid leave when a child is born or adopted and subsidised parental care.
The country is in the top ten happiest in the world thanks to five weeks of paid vacation, an excellent healthcare system, high employee wages, and a robust social security system to support its citizens after retirement.
The COVID-19 epidemic was handled well by Prime Minister Jacinda Arden, who also received accolades for opening up the nation earlier than the rest of the world.
Austria, a high-income nation with effective social services, is home to the most livable city in the world.
Austria is one of the happiest countries in the world, and it's little wonder given its reputation for pristine lakes, world-class architecture, and PRETZELS.