posted on January 23, 2013 11:00
More money leads to increased happiness – at least up to a certain point, according to an oft-quoted study from Princeton University’s Center for Health and Well-Being. The study found that happiness peaks at an annual income of $75,000, and established that day-to-day happiness – what the researchers refer to as “emotional well-being” – continues to increase as income rises to $75,000 and then levels off for higher incomes.
The study also found that people’s reflective view of how satisfied
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