People under the age of 30 are experiencing the equivalent of a mid-life crisis in some parts of the world, a new report has found.

Average happiness of young people is on the decline across the West.  Lithuania took the top spot for young people, with its under-30 population rating their happiness an average of 7.6 out of 10. Israel and Serbia followed in second and third. The shift has driven the US out of the top 20 happiest countries overall for the first time since reporting began. The UK placed 32nd for young people and the US at number 62.

also see World Happiness Report: Young people in the West becoming unhappier – BBC News