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How happy is the world?

The website MoveHub.com is a resource for people looking to move abroad, and they recently put together a fantastic and eye-opening infographic that measures the happiness levels of every part of the world.

The results are very interesting. The US and Russia rate pretty low on the happiness scale, while a glance at South America paints the exact opposite picture.

It’s based on the HPI or “Happy Planet Index,” Which MoveHub says puts a focus on living long lives with a “high experience of well-being within the environmental limits of the planet.”

A look around this graphic will tell you a lot about how people in different parts of the world view their lives, take a look:

how happy is the world

Published in collaboration with Business Insider

Author: Matt Johnston writes for Business Insider.

Image: People practice Laughter Yoga during the “World Laughter Day” celebrations in Hong Kong May 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu.

Posted by Matt Johnston - 01:33

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