LifeSearch releases Health, Wealth & Happiness Report

Half of Brits would sacrifice portion of salary for more free time

Adam Saville
clock • 4 min read

'Catastrophe life cover gap' in which people's fear outweighs level of life cover in place

An annual report by LifeSearch investigating lifestyle choices, spending habits and work/life balance has found that nearly half (48%) of the Brits surveyed were willing to sacrifice five to 10 percent of their salary for the free time that they think they would need to make them 'happy' (£2000). The Health, Wealth & Happiness Report 2018, which surveyed 2008 UK adults, also found that the number of people who believe they have a poor work/life balance is up 10% on last year - with 44% of the full-time workforce saying they work too much - and 60% said they would sacrifice some of their ...

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