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Report Measuring National Well-being

Measuring National Well-being - what we do, 2012

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Publication date

29 Mar 2012

Abstract


This article describes what we do in work and leisure activities and looks at the balance between them. These were common themes in the national debate on measuring national well-being. The extent and the importance of each type of activity vary between individuals. Getting the right balance across all aspects of work and leisure is important in determining an individual’s well-being.

Subjects

Government, Well Being, and Societies

Links

http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/wellbeing/measuring-national-well-being/what-we-do/art-what-we-do.html

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