- The economic development of countries improves life satisfaction up to $36,000.
- A new study finds that math and reading ability is linked to success later on in life more than any other factors, including socioeconomic status as a child.
- Men who wear pink shirts to office are more confident and earn more money than their co-workers.
- Teenagers and young adults who report higher levels of happiness are more likely to be wealthy later in life.
- According to new research, attractive women should be careful when asking for a pay raise if their boss is female. Women who are at their peak fertility are more competitive towards their equally attractive counterparts.
- Poor smokers in New York State spend about a quarter of their entire income on cigarettes, nearly twice as much as the national average for low-income smokers.