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Published : May 19, - Updated : May 19, - South Korea is one of the unhappiest countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, largely because of its long working hours and high poverty rate for senior citizens, state-run think tank the Korea Development Institute said Wednesday. Only Greece and Turkey were unhappier with 5. Finland scored 7. It was followed by Denmark 7. The UN body conducts annual surveys of major economies to measure happiness levels based on various factors, including gross domestic product -- the market value of all final goods and services produced in an economy during a certain period -- life expectancy and citizen engagement, in partnership with global research agencies such as the Gallup World Poll.
Employees here worked an average of 1, hours inhours more than the OECD average, according to an OECD report on hours worked by 35 of its members. Only in Mexico did people work more hours, 2, on average, though Colombia and Turkey were excluded from the analysis.
Meanwhile, the poverty rate for people aged 66 and over reached The average level of PM10 -- fine airborne particles smaller than 10 micrometers in diameter -- was Finland, the country with the highest happiness level, posted 5. By Choi Jae-hee cjh heraldcorp.
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