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fishy152:

Taken from an article from The Economist called, “Measures of Well Being”. I guess money doesn’t buy happiness… Even more interesting is perhaps the fact that people are in general more happy now than they were before the financial crisis. 

According to this chart from the Economist: Self-reported happiness tends to be greatest in poor countries.

motherjones:

fishy152:

Taken from an article from The Economist called, “Measures of Well Being”. I guess money doesn’t buy happiness… Even more interesting is perhaps the fact that people are in general more happy now than they were before the financial crisis. 

According to this chart from the Economist: Self-reported happiness tends to be greatest in poor countries.

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    I once saw a chart like this, but now it looks like it’s in a New Order. This chart shows a lot of Substance. This chart...
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    But this does NOT mean that people in these countries are actually happier. All this study indicates is that they...
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    Joy divisions
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    Does that mean Arbeit doesn’t macht frei?
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    I love happiness studies even though they’re flawed due to there being no universal cultural understanding of what...
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    the study of happiness is fascinating.
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    A possible explanation for this phenomenon is that premature death eliminates all the unhappy people at higher rates...
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    Brazil and India are currently two of the fastest growing nations economically, though.. I’m curious to know how this...