Happiness seems to be most abundant a long way from the equator. At least according to the new World Happiness Report 2015. ||| Washington - Happiness seems to be most abundant a long way from the equator. At least according to the new World Happiness Report 2015. Show More Summary
Calling all fans of cheese, chocolate and mountains. Turns out the happiest place on Earth may be just right for you. In the 2015 World Happiness Report, published this week by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, Switzerland was named the world's happiest country. Show More Summary
This year's World Happiness Report is out, and the results have us wanting to know more. What are the secrets of people living in Switzerland, Iceland, and Denmark? It's time to go on a trip and do some research. The United States made it to No. 15, so we must be doing something right. Keep reading to check out where the happiest countries stand. Does this lineup surprise you?
World Happiness Report | Committee to Protect Journalists | Reporters Without Borders Switzerland is the happiest place in the world, according to the latest World Happiness Report. The United States ranks 15th, and at the bottom sits Togo. Show More Summary
Switzerland's citizens are the happiest. And the United States clocks in at No. 15.
The World Happiness Report 2015 takes a look at well-being for the good of social progress and public policy.
Since it was first published in 2012, the World Happiness Report demonstrated that well-being and happiness are critical indicators of a nation's economic and social development, and should be a key aim of policy. This year's report looks at the changes in happiness levels in 158 countries, and examines the reasons behind the statistics.
Getting richer but not happier: it's a familiar story, for people and for nations. The purpose of the World Happiness Report, now in its third edition for 2015, is to remind governments, civil society, and individuals that income alone cannot secure our wellbeing. Show More Summary
How happy are your employees? Does it really matter? The answer is contained in the UN’s World Happiness report 2013,... The post 7 Simple Ways To Boost Happiness At Work appeared first on Lifehack.
Here’s how they die, at least in the modern, internet era: pitching romantic vacations in the hopes that someone might wind up pregnant: Denmark has a lot of things going for it. Last year, the UN’s World Happiness Report crowned it the globe’s happiest country, citing the nation’s commitment to maternity leave, gender equality, biking, […]
The World Happiness Report, which was inspired by a UN resolution in 2011 to encourage countries to use happiness in future policy making, is out and reveals some interesting truths about the world's population, what is important to us, what isn't and what will make for a richer world. Show More Summary
The UN-sponsored World Happiness Report 2013 has just been released — a project that determined a country's level of happiness by using a number of social and economic indicators taken from 2010 to 2012. This map provides a quick overview of the results. Read more...
Happy Countries According to The World Happiness Report, Earthlings are a half a percent happier than we were a few years ago. And where on Earth are people the happiest? The top five countries are Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Sweden. Show More Summary
Despite the economic crisis, it seems that people’s contentment is increasing. The United Nations’ 2013 World Happiness Report provides evidence that the past five years have seen a marked improvement in international well-being, a measure that is becoming increasingly significant to policymaking, or at least the organization would hope so. Show More Summary
Denmark, Norway, Switzerland and the Netherlands are the happiest countries in the world, according to the U.N.-sponsored “World Happiness Report” released Monday by Columbia University’s Earth Institute. The report infers happiness using a number of social and economic metrics, measured … Continue reading ?
The new results are in. The US, for all its riches, stands just 17th in the new world happiness rankings released today in the World Happiness Report 2013. Denmark tops the world tables. Indeed, there is something good going on in the northern latitudes. Show More Summary
The happiest people in the world apparently reside in northern Europe, according to a 156-nation survey published by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Released Monday, the 2013 World Happiness Report ranks the happiest countries around the globe, with Denmark, Norway and Switzerland leading the pack. Show More Summary
Russia has become a relatively happier country, but it still ranks below its autocratic neighbor Belarus, according to a UN-sponsored study released by Columbia University on Monday.
The second World Happiness Report further strengthens the case that well-being is a critical component of economic and social development. The report describes how measurements of well-being can be used effectively to assess the progress of nations.
Northern Europe boasts the world’s happiest people while Egypt and nations suffering in the Eurozone crisis are markedly glee-free, according to a new study released Monday. The 2013 World Happiness Report surveyed 156 countries and determined that Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Sweden are the world’s happiest nations. Show More Summary