I am happy

Older workers see “happiness premium”

Workers who choose to work past their retirement age begin to see a “happiness premium” as they get older, according to a recently published study. The study found workers around the world reached a low point for happiness in their 40s but began to grow continuously happier on the job at around age 65, with social interaction, personal growth, independence and a sense of purpose key to their sense of well-being. ThinkAdvisor (4/8)

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2 Responses to I am happy

  1. Larry says:

    Now u tell me

  2. You had two great and wonderful careers if not more. I did not discover mine until I was in my 40s. I’ll retire when I reach Pat and Vern ages.

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