TOPSHOT: Google’s women’s excellence experiment.
In the first phase of the study, researchers measured the quality of lives of 5,400 women using an online survey.
Researchers then asked them to rate how happy they were and how satisfied they were with their lives.
The researchers found that women were generally happier than men and had more positive feelings about their lives than men.
Women who said they were happy were also more likely to have more positive thoughts about their life and their job, and they were more likely than men to say they felt “very connected” to their communities.
Overall, women were happier than their male counterparts, the study found.
But they were also happier than average.
They scored a 7 out of 10 on the happiness scale, higher than men but lower than women who scored a 10.
Overall on a scale of 1 to 10, men scored a 9.5 out of a 10, while women scored a 4.4 out of 5.
In another phase of this study, the researchers also measured the satisfaction of the women and men on a range of health and social indicators, including health and safety, the quality and quantity of education, and the quality or quantity of entertainment.