The flaw in this poll or study -- whatever -- is that it presumes one is on a social media site. For those of us who are not on Facebook or any of the other sites, the polling is distorted and meaningless.
It was nice ..we can find happiness in others success and by helping others. i hope one day i will be able to help as many people i can...!!!
@ShashiShekhar Just whatever ou do , DO NOt sue a doctor for malpractice that includes fraud. The medical insurance mafia that includes most judges will see to it that you are made most unhappy, regardless of the fact that you helped someone quit suicidal thoughts because of her having been castrated against her will.
And the point to this poll is?
I don't see how these questions have a big part what trying to get at.
I see at it is what you make out of life,no one,nothing can make you happy until you like who you are.
Question 7 does not give an option for stay at home parents. I had to answer "don't know" even though it IS considered full-time work, but not the full-time work you are asking about.
The title of the survey is a bit of a lie. It's not asking what makes me happy, but how social media makes me feel. Warm sun and family makes me happy, but it didn't ask about that.
This poll could use some tweaking. Several questions didn't have the answer I would have liked to have chosen. For example there is no "self-employed" category on the question about employment. There are a lot of us!
@DeaneAlban It also didn't include underemployed, a huge catagory. Or working part time because you can't find full time. The poll questions were poorly designed -- just fluff for an article, not really a scientific poll at all.