According to The World Happiness Report 2016, in which 156 countries were contemplated.
Denmark, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Finland, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Australia and Sweden are the ten happiest countries worldwide, according to the study The World Happiness Report 2016, the United Nations (UN).
The study was led by experts who analyzed economic, psychological, national statistics, health, work, among others.
It is reported higher levels of happiness in nations like Thailand, Spain, Italy or Japan.
According to the report, by region, Latin America has the highest valuations relative to average life expectancy, compared with the provisions of the model organism.
Among the best-positioned countries of Latin America and the Caribbean are: Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Chile, Panama, Argentina, Colombia, and Venezuela, among others.
Meanwhile, valuations average expected life in East Asia was lower than estimated in the model of the organization.
By contrast, among the least happy countries are Burundi, Syria, Togo, Afghanistan, Benin, Rwanda, Guinea, Liberia, Tanzania and Madagascar.The first report The World Happiness Report was published in April 2012.