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World Happiness Day is March 20. After more than a year of grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated economic impact, there’s still plenty to be happy about. In honor of World Happiness Day, here’s some good news and uplifting data after a tough 2020.

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that lower-wage workers — and particularly women in this group — have been more likely to lose their jobs during the pandemic compared to higher earners.

Americans — and their government — are paying more for health insurance at a time of uneven health risks across demographic groups and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Women make up 89% of teachers at public elementary schools and 60% at public high schools. Over 65% of public school teachers would not give up their work for a higher-paying job.