Health, Wealth & The Pursuit of Happiness Update
Columbia University has released a new study on subjective well-being around the world, listing the “happiest” countries. They are all in Northern Europe, while the least happy are in Southern Africa. U.S. is #16
There’s a lot to be learned from the article. Previously, the U.N. had released the first ever study of “subjective well-being” — a measurable form of happiness — and discovered some important correlations. In that study, the things that correlated most strongly with subjective well-being were health, wealth and education.
Reading that article cemented in my mind that DiMassimo Goldstein would focus on “health, wealth and the pursuit of happiness.” A happy decision.
Read the original article here.
Read the Columbia University article here.