Denmark gets the first place in list of happiest nations of the world.Denmark offers free public services in fields like education and health care.Denmark’s per capita income is $61,000 per year.In denmark there is high degree of social support.Danish people perceive their government as least corrupt.Quality of life in denmark is high,It’s gorgeous too.These alla factors make denmark a happiest nation in the world.
Switzerland is known for being a prosperous nation with ski slopes and rich chocolate.public transportation in switzerland is on time and clean,they never worry about commuting.country boasts lowest obesity rates in europe.switzerland is a home to several lakes ,villages and high peaks of the alps.
Iceland surprised many people when it remained in the World Happiness Report’s top 10 after the 2008 economic recession. Iceland Air offers cheap flights to Europe, with extended layovers in the capital city of Reykjavík. Once in the country, travelers find indoor market halls and outdoor swimming pools in the capital city, as well as many easily accessible national parks. If you have time, take a drive along Ring Road to see the island’s volcanoes, beaches, and other outdooor landmarks.
Norway is the fourth happiest country according to report. There are small fees to some services but most everything is subsidized. The ‘big expenses’ in health, such as hospitals and care for elders is covered by the state. So this leads to comparatively good stats on heath.besides this nation provides good governance,education, safety and security.
The smarter education system, cheaper health care, strong social network and better working conditions make Finland as one of the happiest countries in the world. Unlike other developed countries, the school hours are much shorter in Finland. But they provide a smart educational system and well-being service for all children. Most of Finns have qualified with university level degrees.health care in finland consists of highly decentralized 3 level publicly funded helath care system.