The world is full of beautiful places, but there are also plenty of ugly places.
The World Economic Forum has just published its 2017 World Happiness Report, and here’s a look at what it says about the human condition.
The numbers show that people in developing countries are happier than people in rich countries.
The survey found that there are fewer people in the world who feel very unhappy than in rich nations.
(In fact, the number of people in poor countries who feel extremely unhappy is larger than the number in rich ones.)
And the survey found higher levels of happiness in countries where people live in cities and less happiness in places where people are rural.
People in poor nations are happier on average than in wealthy ones.
But they also have higher rates of suffering.
The report also found that life in poor places is generally worse than life in rich places.
But, as the report notes, there are exceptions.
The richest countries are more happy than poor countries.
For example, in China, people are less likely to die from cancer, malaria, and other diseases.
The average life expectancy in India is 74 years.
In the United States, the average life span is 81.2 years.
And in South Africa, the median life span for people is 83.5 years.
It’s not clear whether these numbers are accurate, but they do show that rich countries tend to be happier than poor ones.
What you need to know about the 2017 World Health Organization report, World Happiness, which measures happiness around the world.
You can find the full report here.