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  • Parents in the USA are the least happy
  • Parents in the USA are the least happy
    Donnie Ray Jones (2014) ©
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Parents in the USA are the least happy

A new study suggests that it’s not so great to have children in the US, with the nation having the largest ‘happiness gap’ between parents and non-parents. The country’s lack of child-rearing benefits is seen as the biggest factor – meaning there’s ample opportunity for brands to lend a hand.

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