Posts Tagged ‘happiness‘

Can You Run A City Based On Happiness?

Here’s an interesting article on how a city can learn more about its citizens by using data analytics. The results are always surprising! Santa Monica’s Wellbeing Project is the result of two years of work and a $1 million grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies. The goal was

5 Simple Policies That Make Danish Workers Happier Than Americans

You will often see Denmark listed in surveys as the “happiest country on the planet.” Interestingly Danes are not only happy at home, they’re also happy at work. According to most studies of worker satisfaction among nations, the happiest employees in the world are in

Money Buys Happiness Up To A Point

The Pew Research Center interviewed people in 43 countries and found a strong correlation between increased wealth and reported happiness. Many emerging nations are a good deal happier now than they were seven years ago, when Pew last asked them. I’m not sure how reliable

(via The 10 Happiest Countries In The World, And Why We’re Not One Of Them | Co.Exist | ideas impact) VERY interesting