Finland Is Happiest Nation Again, But US Slides Down the Ranking

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Among specific age groups, Lithuania topped the ranking for children and people under 30, while Denmark is the world’s happiest nation for those 60 and older.

“In comparing generations, those born before 1965 are, on average, happier than those born since 1980,” the report said. “Among Millennials, evaluation of one’s own life drops with each year of age, while among Boomers life satisfaction increases with age.”