#  Money Does Make You Happy →

April 16th, 2008 | In Worth Considering 
As Justin Wolfers explains the Easterlin paradox has long baffled happiness researchers. It’s components: Within a society, rich people tend to be much happier than poor people. But, rich societies tend not to be happier than poor societies (or not by much). As countries get richer, they do not get happier. The trouble is, new
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