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Subjective wellbeing

Subjective well-being refers to a person's overall sense of well-being and satisfaction with their life. It is subjective in the sense that it is based on an individual's personal assessment of their own well-being, rather than being based on objective criteria.

Subjective well-being can be influenced by a wide range of factors, including an individual's personal circumstances, relationships, health, and activities. It is not necessarily correlated with an individual's income or material wealth, and people with high levels of subjective well-being may not necessarily have high levels of income or material possessions.

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