Report: R.I. remains in bottom 10 in U.S. well-being rankings

RHODE ISLAND RANKED NO. 41 in the nation in the Gallop-Sharecare Well-Being rankings. / COURESY GALLOP-SHARECARE
RHODE ISLAND RANKED NO. 41 in the nation in the Gallop-Sharecare Well-Being rankings. / COURESY GALLOP-SHARECARE
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island ranked No. 41 in the United States in the 2017 State of Well-Being Rankings released by Gallop and Sharecare Inc. Tuesday. The report was based on a survey of more than 2.5 million Americans and considered five well-being categories: purpose, social, financial, community and physical. Purpose was defined as liking what…

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