2014 Sovereign Wellbeing Index Mini Report Series
LM MacKay, KAte Prendergast, A Jarden, Grant Schofield
Human Potential Centre | Published : 2015
In 2014 we found that older New Zealanders were more likely to be in the top wellbeing group (classified as Awesome) than those aged under 30 years (Mackay, Schofield, Jarden, & Prendergast, 2015). In New Zealand the retirement age is 65 years; this report takes a more in-depth look at the wellbeing of adults who are nearing retirement age (55-64 years) or post-retirement age (65-74 years).