Once again, a rating of the happiest world countries was compiled, and Australia again took a prize in this list. By the way, this country has been breaking into a leadership position for the third year in a row. This study is conducted by the OECD (the organization of economic cooperation and development), and when compiling the list is considered only by countries in which the economy is developed.
In addition to Australia, Switzerland, Canada, Sweden and Norway were included in the top five of the leaders of the happiest world countries. More than thirty countries have included in the field of view of the organization’s research. They were evaluated by a huge number of criteria. For example, the average level of income of the country’s population, health, human life and real estate is taken into account. Representatives of the organization of economic development said that Australia in many indicators shows the highest results, and also occupies leadership positions in most economic areas. More than seventy percent of the Australian population aged fifteen to sixty have a well -paid job. This figure significantly exceeds the average indicator of other developed countries. In addition, Australia differs from others with a high life expectancy. Residents of this country live on average eighty years. It should be recalled that in recent decades, Australia has achieved the development of the economy thanks to the demand for natural resources. This circumstance allowed the state an order of magnitude less to suffer from the last economic crisis. Australia is also the only country that was able to avoid a global recession in 2009. However, it is obvious that the Australian economy should change and go to growth not due to dependence on raw materials, but through production and construction.