Unveiling the Mystery of the Happiest Country in the World

Unlocking the Secret to Finland’s Happiness: An Inside Look at Scandinavia’s Top Country

For the seventh year in a row, Finland has been named the world’s happiest country according to the World Happiness Report. Established by the United Nations in 2012 to promote sustainable development goals, this year’s report ranked Finnish citizens with an average score of 7.7 out of 10. Scandinavian countries dominated the list while the US and Germany fell out of the top 20. Afghanistan, which has been plagued by war and conflict for years, came in last place with a score of just 1.7 out of 10.

What sets Finland apart from other countries when it comes to happiness? According to Kai Sauer, Finland’s ambassador to Germany, there are several factors that contribute to their happiness levels. These include gender equality, trust in national institutions and citizens, low corruption, high-quality education and healthcare systems, and a strong emphasis on family support.

One factor that may be particularly important is Finland’s sauna culture. With over three million saunas throughout the country – one for every two residents – saunas are an integral part of Finnish culture and have been for centuries. Many people believe that this love of saunas plays a significant role in maintaining overall well-being and happiness levels among Finnish citizens.

The Finnish government has also played a key role in promoting happiness among its citizens through its policies related to education, healthcare, and family support. In fact, Finland’s education system is consistently ranked among the best globally while their universal healthcare system provides excellent access to medical care for everyone.

To showcase their unique blend of societal factors that contribute to their high levels of happiness and contentment, Finland recently held an exhibition in Berlin called “Die Sauna: Echt heiss – Echt finnisch.” The exhibition featured photos, videos

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