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Plurality of Americans are good workers

Although most Americans believe that being a good person is extremely important (77 percent), just two in five (41 percent) believe they’re on the right track, new research reveals.

The latest edition of the “Keep Good Going Report” from New York Life identifies four segments of Americans based on the fundamental differences in how they identify and cultivate goodness in their lives: Good Leaders, Good Nesters, Good Workers and Good Strivers.  The findings are based on an analysis of responses from more than 2,000 Americans that explores their values related to family, personal life, work and community. 

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