Norway is the world’s happiest country, according to the annual World Happiness Report, followed by Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, and Finland, respectively. 

The report, issued by a  group of economists, combines economic, health and polling data to gauge happiness. 

Canadians came in seventh on the list, while 14th-ranked Americans are getting sadder despite rising income levels. Speaking of which, the five most unhappy countries are the Central African Republic, Burundi, Tanzania, Syria, and Rwanda.