- Engaged workers in U.S. report healthier lifestyles: Employees who are engaged in their work and workplace are more likely than those who are not engaged to exercise and eat well. More than half of engaged employees exercise frequently.
- Gross national wellbeing (GNW) comes before GDP: Gallup surveys from more than 150 countries reveal that how people rate their lives and whether they have a "good job" are two key factors that play into a nation's GNW, which influences its GDP. In the Gallup Business Journal, Jim Clifton explains what leaders worldwide need to know about their citizens' wellbeing.
70% of women worldwide prefer to have paid jobs
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