Britain has fallen from 3rd to 8th place in global well-being rankings as financial pressures grow, meaning that the UK now lags behind Indian and China, according to research from Cigna International Markets.
Britons' sense of personal well-being has declined sharply over the past three years as financial pressures mount and put a strain on family health, The findings, part of the 2017 annual Cigna 360° Well-being Survey, claim that well-being has deteriorated in the UK compared to the 13 countries surveyed. The UK's ranking in Cigna's 360 well-being index has fallen from 3rd place in 2015, to 5th in 2016, with the UK ranking in 8th place in the latest survey released today. In terms of...
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