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    World's 10 Happiest Countries...☺☺☺

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    World's 10 Happiest Countries...☺☺☺

    Post  HAQ on Tue Jun 14, 2011 2:57 am





    In many countries, including India, people expect and assume that economic power guarantees happiness, but it seems that assumption is wrong.
    The United States economy is still the largest and wealthiest in the entire world. And relative to Europe and Japan, the US is recovering quite well from the economic recession that threatened to cripple most nations.

    But according to a study released by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, America does not appear anywhere among the top happiest countries.

    So, if citizens of a country as wealthy and rich as the US are not happy, that surely means that economic prosperity alone cannot guarantee happiness.

    On a side note, the OECD did not include India in its study simply because India is not part of the OECD, which includes only developed countries.

    But according to a study conducted by the New Economics Foundation, India was 35 in its Happiness Planet Index, while Bhutan was 17, Sri Lanka 22 and Pakistan 24.



    1. The Netherlands

    The Dutch are the happiest people on earth.

    Average household income: $25,997

    Paid job: 75 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,378 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 75 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 508 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 80.2 years

    Satisfaction: 91 per cent are satisfied with their life


    2. Denmark

    The Danes follow the Dutch as the second most happy people in the world.

    Average household income: $22,929

    Paid job: 73 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,563 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 71 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 495 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 78.8 years
    Satisfaction: 90 per cent are satisfied with their life


    3. Finland

    The Finns follow closely at the number three spot when it comes to happiness.

    Average household income: $24,246

    Paid job: 68 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,652 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 71 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 536 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 80 years

    Satisfaction: 86 per cent are satisfied with their life


    4. Norway

    People in the Scandinavian nations seem to the happiest, with Norwegians being the 4th mots happy people in the world.

    Average household income: $29,365

    Paid job: 75 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,407 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 79 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 503 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 80.6 years

    Satisfaction: 84 per cent are satisfied with their life


    5. Sweden

    The Swedes are the fifth most happy people in the world.

    Average household income: $26,543

    Paid job: 73 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,610 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 76 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 497 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 81.2 years

    Satisfaction: 83 per cent are satisfied with their life


    6. Canada

    The Canadians are the 6th most happy people in the world, says the OECD survey.

    Average household income: $27,015

    Paid job: 72 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,699 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 71 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 524 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 80.7 years
    Satisfaction: 78 per cent are satisfied with their life


    7. Switzerland

    The Swiss follow the Canadians and are ranked the 7th most happy people in the world.

    Average household income: $27,542

    Paid job: 79 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,640 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 79 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 501 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 80 years
    Satisfaction: 77 per cent are satisfied with their lif


    8. Australia

    Australians are the eighth most happy people.

    Average household income: $27,039

    Paid job: 72 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,690 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 71 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 515 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 81.5 years
    Satisfaction: 75 per cent are satisfied with their life


    9. Austria

    Austrians are the 9th happiest people, says the OECD survey.

    Average household income: $27,670

    Paid job: 72 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Work hours: 1,621 hours a year

    Mothers' employability: 71 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 470 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 80.5 years
    Satisfaction: 73 per cent are satisfied with their life


    10. Israel

    Israelis make up the list of the top 10 happiest people, having been ranked 10th by OECD.

    Average household income: $19,456

    Paid job: 59 per cent aged 15 to 64 have a paid job

    Mothers' employability: 55 per cent are employed after children start school

    Education: Average student scored 474 out of 600 in reading ability

    Life expectancy: 81.1years
    Satisfaction: 72 per cent are satisfied with their life.






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    Re: World's 10 Happiest Countries...☺☺☺

    Post  Fallen on Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:11 am

    Ahhhh!

    10 Happiest Countries in the world? Some aren't so lucky..

    They should spare alil compassion for NEW ZEALAND ( Christ Church residents live in fear, due to the numerous aftershocks, since there big Earthquake hit them back in Feb 2011, & there aftershocks still continue today..

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