UN Report: Here Is Pakistan’s Ranking On World Happiness Report 2021

How to Be Happy: 63 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be HappierThe UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) has released the World Happiness Report 2021, and Pakistan has ranked 105 out of 149 countries on the list.

Finland has been ranked as the world’s happiest country for the fourth consecutive year, followed by Iceland, Denmark, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, and Norway.

According to the report, Pakistan has been ranked happier than India (139). Bangladesh is the 101st on the list and China is on 84th.

People in war-ravaged Afghanistan are the unhappiest, followed by Zimbabwe (148), Rwanda (147), Botswana (146), and Lesotho (145).

The United States is on 19th for happiness despite being one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

The World Happiness Report is a survey of the state of global happiness that ranks 149 countries by how happy their citizens think themselves to be

The countries are ranked based on questions from the Gallup World Poll. The results are then correlated with other factors, including GDP and social security.

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Here’s the list of the top 20 World’s happiest countries of 2021: Finland; Demark; Switzerland; Iceland; The Netherlands; Norway; Sweden; Luxembourg; New Zealand; Austria; Australia; Israel; Germany; Canada; Ireland; Costa Rica; United Kingdom; The Czech Republic; United States; and Belgium.

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Note from the author: Kindly note that “happiness” is subjective and sometimes undefinable. It keeps on changing. Some people might feel sad but proclaim they are happy, and vice versa. Happiness varies from individual to individual. It is not fixed, and everybody has their highs and lows. Also, material things cannot fulfill happiness.

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  • So our happiness index has fallen drastically from 66th in 2020 to 105″ in 2021 ???
    Some thing wrong with the assessment or we are falling downwards very rapidly .

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