What’s Your Price for Happiness?

It’s commonly said that everyone has their price. But just what is that price?
To get to the bottom of this conundrum, Warwick University in the UK surveyed 10,000 people to see how much money would take them from being miserable to happy.
The answer they discovered is £1 million. That’s the amount that most said would take them from being “relatively miserable” to “more cheerful than most”.
Why did people settle for plain million?
It seems these Brits felt that half million pounds wasn’t enough to change their life, while £10 million might end up being “for the worse in the end”.

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