Where is the happiest place on Earth?

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published reports this month to show which countries are the happiest.


The following factors were taken into consideration:

Housing, Income, Income and Wealth,Jobs, Jobs and Earnings, Community, Social Connections, Education, Education and Skills, Environment, Environmental Quality, Governance, Civic engagement and Governance, Health, Health Status, Life satisfaction, Subjective Well-being, Safety, Personal Security, Work-Life balance, Work and Life.

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Click here to view office space in the Netherlands (The happiest place on Earth)

Graph designed by Suleiman Leadbitter, SOS> Search Office Space



Hayley O’Shea

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