Quiz: What do young people say is most important for good well-being?

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Posted 21 July 2013, 0 comments
Matt Summers-Sparks
From our Digital team

We asked thousands of children and young people what has the biggest influence on their well-being. Which three things did they mention most?

the ten things young people say are most important for their well-being

We're releasing a new report on well-being next week that draws upon thousands of young people's opinions of what matters most in their lives.

In advance of the report we figured we'd hold a simple quiz. What do you think young people said are the most important factors in their lives?

A glance at the list of the key factors young people said are most important might show how difficult this question can be. Their list covers very important areas:

  • time use
  • the future
  • friends
  • school
  • home
  • family
  • choice
  • money and possessions
  • health
  • appearance

What do you think?

In the spirit of anonymous inquiry, we've put together a simple quiz. Please give it a go.

We'll share the answer and results next week after our report has launched.

Speaking of the report's launch, please follow us on Twitter or Facebook - we'll send word when the new report is live.

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Matt Summers-Sparks, Digital Editor From the Digital team

Subjects: Well-being

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