The happiest people in America have never been married, according to a new study.

But the happiest people are also the most likely to be unemployed, and the happiest are the most politically engaged.

A recent study of the nation’s happiest people by Gallup found that people with a bachelor’s degree or higher, in particular, have the highest satisfaction with their lives and are more likely to live a life of meaning.

“These are people who are at the top of their game in the sense of having fulfilled a great deal of their potential and, to a lesser extent, their responsibilities,” said Dr. Brian Levy, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley.

The happiness rankings also show a wide variation in the percentage of people who live at home, according the study.

Some of the happiest states are among the least happy in the country.

In Iowa, for instance, 37 percent of people are at home.

In South Dakota, that number is 22 percent.

In Mississippi, it is 21 percent.

“The people who feel happiest are also generally the people who have the most positive values,” Levy said.

The study is based on responses from more than 1,600 people who were interviewed in the first two years of their adulthood. “

And they’re also people who like to think about the bigger picture, which is what they’re really good at.”

The study is based on responses from more than 1,600 people who were interviewed in the first two years of their adulthood.

The survey also included questions about the people’s health, financial status, political beliefs, family structure and other life-related factors.

The results were released this week by Gallup, a nonprofit news service, and were based on interviews conducted over a six-week period beginning Feb. 7, 2016.

The Gallup report found that the happiest Americans are those who have had a college degree or a high school diploma.

The happiest Americans were those who are in their mid-30s, between ages 30 and 44 and 50 years old.

“Those who have a high-school diploma or a college education have a higher level of happiness,” Levy told Fox News.

“I think the happiest adults are those with a college diploma or higher.”

And those who go to college or work for a living have higher levels of happiness than those who do not.

“But the people with college or high school diplomas or higher are not the happiest,” he said.

The study also showed that those who report having more than one job also have more positive values.

“In the context of our society, we know that people who work full-time or are engaged in some sort of occupation are happy, but it’s not as common as it was,” Levy added.

“For the people that have one job, it’s very rare to have a lot of positive emotions.

But what does that mean in practice? “

So it’s interesting to look at those with multiple jobs and see if they have those emotions.”

But what does that mean in practice?

The report found there are people in the happiest position, but that there are some people who may not be happy in their jobs.

The more money people make, the more likely they are to have negative emotions, Levy said, even if they are working in a field where they have a strong professional or social reputation.

That’s what the happiest students and the people in their twenties are in most fields.

“It’s probably more of a cultural thing, and a way of putting on a show,” Levy explained.

“People like to talk about how they’re the happiest of the group because they’re in the best position, and that’s a little bit of a marketing thing.”

The happiness survey also showed a correlation between how much money people have and how happy they are.

Those with more money, the researchers found, have lower levels of unhappiness.

“More money is associated with a more positive outlook on life, which leads to more money and a greater amount of happiness, and less unhappiness,” Levy noted.

“A lot of people don’t make enough money to afford a home, for example, so they might not feel happy in a home.”

He said there are also a lot more people in work that have less positive values, which means they have less to live for, and are less likely to get their money’s worth.

“There’s this general idea that if you’re in a good job, you’re happy and your family is happy,” he added.

However, the study found that those in the top 10 percent of earners in the U.S. earn more than 10 percent more than those in other income brackets.

That means that people in higher income brackets are actually the happiest in America.

That is, they have more money than the average American and have more opportunities to be successful, Levy noted, “and the happiness they experience may be in some way connected to their money.”

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