Why Some Cities Make You Happier

Why Some Cities Make You Happier
Innovation

Richard Florida interprets the Well-Being Index and infers that happiness could be based on where you live.

Farrha Khan
  • 25 march 2011

Increasingly, where we live determines how happy we are. Researcher Richard Florida looked closely at the 2010 edition of the Gallup-Healthyways Well-Being Index which listed 185 of America’s largest metros in terms of their relative “happiness.”

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