Finland, for the fourth consecutive year, topped a list of countries evaluated on the well-being of their inhabitants.
Finns embrace depictions of themselves as melancholic and reserved — a people who mastered social distancing long before the pandemic. A popular local saying goes, “Happiness will always end in tears.”
But for four consecutive years, Finland has been named the happiest country in the world by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, which publishes an annual report evaluating the happiness of people around the world.
Read more in the New York Times article about What Makes a Happy Country?