B) Guillermo Alvarez
There are countless surveys carried out worldwide every year which monitor the satisfaction levels of different populations, and the majority of these consistently demonstrate an upward trend. I can’t
help but think that there’s a strong correlation between these figures and the increasing levels of prosperity that most nations, and the individuals within them, have experienced. This has come
about through rapid development, which has nevitably meant sacrificing some old, well-loved ways of doing things. I’m not sure many people mourn the loss of the repetitive jobs of yesteryear,
but the shorter hours that went alongside them have clearly been consigned to history. As people are generally putting off starting a family far more than in previous generations, this will bring them the kind of maturity that will help to make what is a very challenging few years more fruitful as their offspring develop and grow.