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Quality of Life in Europe: Subjective Well-being

Eurofound has published an analysis on subjective well-being levels across Europe entitled “Quality of life in Europe: Subjective well-being.”  While life satisfaction increased marginally across the European Union between 2007 and 2011, happiness and optimism levels have fallen and perceived social exclusion has increased, indicating a decline in overall well-being in many European countries during …
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Subjective well-being in Europe

How does life satisfaction vary from country to country across Europe? The “Subjective Well-being in Europe” report looks at the diverse factors that influence levels of subjective well-being. It explores the impact of demographic and socioeconomic factors, of health, social support and the quality of the societies we live in. The study also examines whether …
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