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A recent survey evaluated employees’ well-being based on a range of issues related to health, money, work and life to determine how each contributed to overall well-being.  (Photo: Shutterstock)

Four critical factors in a person’s well-being are health, money, work and life, says a new study from Fidelity Investments. The study, conducted in collaboration with researchers from the Stanford Center on Longevity and Cornell University, was designed to provide insight on the overall well-being of American workers and to identify ways in which those factors are connected.

“When it comes to total well-being programs, employers have traditionally focused on health but have recently expanded their efforts to include financial wellness…. The next step for employers is to account for their wellness at work and in life, as these are two critical dimensions of overall well-being that shouldn’t be omverlooked,” Jeanne Thompson, head of Global Insights and Health Care Marketing for Fidelity’s Workplace business, says in a statement.

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