Here is why Finland is the happiest country in the world
New Delhi : Guess, the happiest country in the world? Well, it’s the Finland and as the name suggest it is the finest place with no crime and high economic security. Finland of United Nations holds many things which demonstrate that people in the country are leading a peaceful life. If you’re excited to know all those special things Finland beholds, then take a look at the mentioned information.
United Nations’ World Happiness Report released recently has listed Finland as the happiest destinations on the Earth. The consideration has been done on the basis of bank account income, healthy life expectancy, social support, freedom, trust and generosity.
In Finland, the economic security is noteworthy. Every citizen has many such rights and facilities with economic security, allowances and there is no problem of joblessness or shortage of money. The country has a high GDP and high taxes which support social programs and free or low-cost higher education and healthcare. Plus, life expectancy is very high for both men and women, according to the World Health Organization.
Also the country has zero percent crime. It is the most stable and safe country. According to 2015 data, the mortgage rate is only 1.28 percent on the population of one lakh. The total population here is 55 lakhs. There is no case of organized crime. Cops are trustworthy and capable of handling any serious situation.