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901 -- 7 Subjective wellbeing by personŽs age, health, income quintile and sex in 2013

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The table was supplemented with information on sex on 7 August 2014.
The table was corrected on 2 June 2014.
Corrected were the figures for data on satisfaction with living environment and
added were data on satisfaction with shops, services and public transport in the living environment.
Satisfaction with time use: how satisfied the person is with the amount of time he/she has
to do things he/she likes to do.
Satisfaction with living environment: how satisfied the person is with the recreation possibilities,
including outdoor recreation, in the place of residence.
Satisfaction with present work and commuting time: only for persons who had a job during interview.
The meaningfulness of life: to what extent the person feels that the things she/he does in life are worthwhile.
Scale from 0 to 10, meaning
in questions about satisfaction: 0 = not at all satisfied and 10 = completely satisfied,
in question about the meaningfulness of life: 0 = not at all worthwhile and 10 = completely worthwhile, and
in questions about trust: 0 = does not trust at all and 10 = trusts completely.
.. = sample size is lower than 30 or there are no observations.
Persons belonging to the institutional population are excluded from the sample.
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