You won't believe India's global ranking in world happiness list; Finland tops
In the sixth World Happiness Report, released ahead of the International Day of Happiness on March 20, the migration was the central issue under consideration. "Increasingly, with globalisation, the people of the world are on the move; and most of these migrants are seeking a happier life," the report said. There are large gaps in happiness between countries, and these will continue to create major pressures to migrate. Some of those who migrate between countries will benefit and others will lose, according to the report.
World Happiness Report: The results are based on six key factors found to support wellbeing - income, healthy life expectancy, social support, freedom, trust, and generosity. Image source: Reuters