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The research states that the economic migrants who are traveling to different shores for a greater income and a better career could be in for disappointment for the pursuit of wealth does not equate with happiness.
Dr David Bartram, a sociologist, sought to establish whether those people who were motivated by higher incomes in a wealthy country actually gain greater happiness via migration. The doctor has also examined if these economic migrants might have exaggerated expectations about what they will achieve and experience.
From the department of Sociology , Dr. Bartram stated that, “ The study of happiness tells us that people generally do not gain greater happiness from earning higher incomes – which suggests that migrants might be mistaken in believing that they will be better off if they can move to a wealthy country."