Does Making More Money Make You Happier?

💰😊 Does money truly buy happiness? Research reveals a surprising trend.

“For most people larger incomes are associated with greater happiness,” according to Wharton’s Matthew Killingsworth, the lead author on a new paper with Wharton’s Barbara Mellers and Princeton’s Daniel Kahneman that further analyzes their previous studies.

However, for the least happy group of people, happiness rises with income until $100,000, then plateaus. The connection to income “differs for people with different levels of emotional well-being,” says Mellers.

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