Here's something interesting.
Gallup and Healthways recently released their annual Well-Being Index for 2012. The Well-Being Index compiles surveys taken from all over the country, and asks participants to evaluate their lives according to six categories:
- Life Evaluation: how a person’s current life compares with their expectations
- Emotional Health: deals with the respondent’s experiences and feelings on a given day
- Physical Health: encompasses diseases, physical pain, sick days, body-mass index, etc.
- Healthy Behavior: addresses both positive behaviors (e.g., exercise) and negative (e.g., smoking)
- Work Environment: questions for workers on job satisfaction, treatment from superiors, etc.
- Basic Access: includes access to food, housing, healthcare, etc.
Based on those categories, how do you think you would score?
And can you predict where the "Sadness Belt" of America is?
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Hope you're happy!