If you are looking for happiness, pack your bags and head to Norway. The country was named the happiest country in the world in a new report by the United Nations. The annual ranking combines economic, health and polling data on approximately 3,000 respondents in each of 155 countries. Norway took the top spot. . Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland and Finland rounded out the top five. In addition to the rankings, this year's report includes an analysis of happiness in the workplace and a deeper look at China and Africa. 2018's report will focus on migration.

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