If you aren’t having much bad word these days, you might wanna start getting busy more often.
According to a discussion paper from Nick Drydakis, a fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor, people who have bad word four times a week or more earn higher wages than their less bad wordually active colleagues at a statistically higher level. Drydakis analyzed a year-long survey of 7,500 Greek households to find out how many times they had bad word per week, whether or not they were employed, how much money they made and how many hours per week they worked.
We know you’re probably asking yourself, “how does having bad word make them more money?” The truth is, technically it doesn’t. Drydakis’ findings don’t show that having bad word directly translates into a raise. Instead, the study found that two factors are correlated. People who have more bad word tend to be happier, have higher self-esteem, better reasoning and are less likely to be depressed.
So there you have it…happy people make more money! Check out the full study here.
SOURCE: Huffington Post