Recently, the Global Happiness Organization published its 2017 report, it places Mexico among the 25 happiest countries in the world.
Some of the aspects considered for the elaboration of this ranking are:
-GDP per capita.
-Healthy life expectancy.
-Freedom to make life choices.
-Perception of corruption
Mexico and Chile are the best qualified Latin-American countries.
This year, the report include an analysis of happiness in the workplace.
According to Jeffery Sachs, Sustainable Development Solutions Network director: “Happiest countries are those that have a healthy prosperity balance, measured conventionally, and social capital, which it means high faith in society, low inequality, and trust in their government’’.