MANAGEMENT: How to Be Happy

Does the big corporation executive work harder than the man who owns his own company? Which is happier and healthier? Whose wife is better off? To find the answers to these and similar questions, Arthur Stanley Talbott, a California advertising man, questioned in top California executives ($35,000 a year and up). He checked the parking-lot attendants at their plants, spoke to their wives, secretaries and doctors, snooped around their golf and yacht clubs, even checked their medicine cabinets. Last week Talbott released his findings.

Of his original group of 111, Talbott soon found 37 who were putting in only 30...

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