According to the annual report of the happiest countries around the world; Researchers in 153 countries around the world identified a number of factors affecting the assessment, including: well-being, social support, healthy life expectancy, freedom to make life choices, generosity, corruption, and trust. In the following, a glimpse of the most prosperous countries in the world in 2020, according to the “World Happy Report” classification.
For the third time in a row; Finland was able to rank first on the list of the happiest country in the world, according to the annual United Nations ranking.
Among the factors that made Finland take the lead is that it enjoys freedom of movement, freedom of the press, the number of international publications, the influx of foreign direct investment, financing of food aid, and its superiority in the educational system.
Denmark ranked second on the list of happiest countries for the year 2020, after polling citizens from 156 countries to express their happiness, and other matters related to income, social support and life expectancy.
After Switzerland ranked first on the list of the happiest countries in the world, specifically in 2015, and ranked second in 2016, it came in third place for this world, after Finland and Denmark.
Switzerland enjoys health care, as it is supported by the best healthcare system, as well as having a charming nature.
Iceland is ranked fourth on the list of the happiest countries in the world for 2020, after Finland, Denmark and Switzerland.
Iceland was also ranked fourth on the list of the happiest countries in the world in 2018, and third place in 2017.
After it ranked first in the list of the happiest countries for the year 2017, and second place in the same list for the year 2018, it came in fifth place for this year, and remained at the top of the top five countries.
6- The Netherlands
The Netherlands came in sixth place on the list of the happiest countries in the world for the year 2020, and it came in the same position in the years 2017 and 2018, maintaining its position among the happiest countries in the world.
In particular; The Netherlands managed to achieve good results in welfare and per capita GDP, as well as social support.