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The World Health Organisation WHO study featured survey responses from more than , children aged 11, 13, and 15, from 44 different European countries and Canada. Photograph: Alan Betson. Your Web Browser may be out of date. If you are using Internet Explorer 9, 10 or 11 our Audio player will not work properly. Irish teenagers are among the least satisfied with life compared to their counterparts in 45 countries, according to a major new study. And year-olds here reported lower than average satisfaction with life, ranking 35th in the survey.
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Life satisfaction for Irish teens ranked among lowest in Europe
Your Web Browser may be out of date. If you are using Internet Explorer 9, 10 or 11 our Audio player will not work properly. Teenagers in Ireland are among the least satisfied with their lives compared with their peers in other wealthy countries, according to new research from Unicef. When asked to rate their satisfaction with life out of 10, 28 per cent of Irish teenagers said it was lower than five. Teenagers in the Netherlands were the most satisfied with life, while those in Turkey had the lowest levels of satisfaction at 53 per cent, according to the research. Despite this Ireland was ranked among the best when it came to child wellbeing in the 12th spot, with the Netherlands in the top spot, followed by Denmark and Norway.
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Most of Ireland's teens are healthy and ambitious, but not all of them get the same fighting chance
Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you. Source: TheJournal. Though they recognise the importance of addressing big issues in the country like housing and unemployment, the group is concerned that child-specific issues are often ignored. They want more for the young people in their communities.
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