It’s proved time and again. If you value your time more than your money, you invariably ends up happier,according to another new research from the University of British Columbia.
The authors of the study found an almost even split between people who value time over money and those who value money over time.
The researchers have found that prioritizing to have more time at the expense of having less money was associated with greater happiness. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
They also discovered that older people were more likely to say they valued their time compared to younger people.
For the study, the researchers conducted surveys with UBC students, adults visiting the Vancouver science museum, as well as a large sample of Americans.
The American sample was statistically representative of employed adults, vlog over the age 18.
For some of the surveys, participants were given real-world scenarios and asked to choose between one that valued time over money and another that valued money over time.
For example, participants were asked whether they would choose a graduate program that would lead to a job with long working hours and a high salary, or a program that would lead to a job with less working hours but a lower salary.
The participants were then asked to report their levels of happiness.
The research study, published online in the journal’ Social Psychological and Personality Science’ is based on the results of six different surveys involving more than 4,600 participants.