If you ever thought making a little bit more money would make you happier, you're not alone. But, is it reality?
A study by Berkeley's Haas School of Business found that workers rarely equate socioeconomic status with their feeling of well-being, according to an article on Yahoo.com this week.
Instead, people tended to put more stock in how their friends and co-workers viewed them.
It turns out respect is worth more than money in a lot of cases.
What makes you happiest?
Maybe it's respect, maybe it's financial security, or maybe it's something else.
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