Norway -The impact money has -December 09, 2012

In a survey it was noted that there is actually only a small rise in the country’s happiness levels since 2003. Having studied people’s economic habits, values, and happiness levels via the survey since 1985, the researchers conclude Norwegians (in the homogenous land of oil and money) also feel happier the more they earn. But, the authors think that the money=happiness pendulum is beginning to swing back more towards idealism than in the 90s.

English: http://theforeigner.no/pages/news/norwegians-happiness-wage-level-connection ...  

 

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