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how's life (treating you)?

How are you? How is everything in your life? (Said as an informal greeting.) Hey, John, great to see you again! How's life treating you? Hi Murray, how's life?
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Furthermore, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) "How's Life?" survey found that only 1.1 percent of employees work very long hours -- the second-lowest rate among OECD countries.
The OECD is using subjective well-being to broaden its own evidence base, and provide a fuller picture of how life is going, for example in our flagship report, How's Life? 2017: Measuring Well-Being (http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/how_life-2017-en).
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) How's Life? Report 2017 placed the UK in the bottom third of member nations for working hours and housing affordability, and found a comparatively high incidence of people stuck in low-paid jobs.
("First Class", is a response to, "How was lunch?" Or "How was the movie?" Or simply "How's life?" "Pandu" is a cop, and "Satkela" means 'the guy is nuts').
Helliwell, "How's Life? Combining Individual and National-Level Variables to Explain Subjective Well-Being," NBER Working Paper No.
The topics mirror those of the OECD's regular How's Life? report on measuring well-being.
The report -- called "How's Life? 2013: Measuring Well-Being'' -- was initially inspired by the belief that affluence in most wealthy societies could be taken for granted and that countries' success can't be judged only in economic terms.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) hrecently released a new report titled "How's Life?" painting a comprehensive picture of well-being in member nations and other major economies by looking at people's material living conditions and quality of life across the population.
How's life? And we should be listening closely to the answer.
In its just published "How's Life?" study, the OECD claimed New Zealanders are also among the happiest people and have high levels of satisfaction.
Primrose then asks: "How's life?" He replies: "Just boring, as usual.