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Key to happiness may lie in matrimony

London, Jan. 1 : Married people are much happier with their personal levels of success than others, who are just in relationships, a new poll has found.


A Happiness Poll of 2,000 adults, by GE, found that more than 52 per cent were happy or very happy with their level of success, however, for people married or in a civil partnership, the figure went up to 60 per cent, the Daily Express reported.

The study also found that the happiest people seemed to be those, who had the best work-life balance and were able to spend time with family and pals.

75 per cent of those aged 55-plus said that they have the balance right, compared to just over 50 per cent of 16 to 24-year-olds.

--ANI (Posted on 01-01-2014)

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