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    Happy is a better job

    Dear tearchers

    Is the tag line "Happy is a better job" grammatically correct? Or it reads natural to native English speakers? Please advise.

    Cheers

    Holden

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    Re: Happy is a better job

    If you are going in that direction, I would use "happiness".

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