So here’s a thought that crossed my mind, which I would very much like your viewpoints on.
I’ll be using som JBP termonolgy to shorten the statement, please ask if you want me to elaborate.
The thought goes: If one of the pitfalls of happiness in life is to pursue a career at a level that requires you to sacrifice other aspects of your life, such as friends, family and outside-work-hobbies, then could the high taxes in Denmark, be a deciding factor as to why our country is often named “happiest country in the world”?
The warrant (is that the correct termonologi, for an underlying fact in argument?) is that if a large portion of the economic reward for pursuing high-end careers is removed (by tax), then people will be less likely to pursue those jobs.
I haven’t researched the question i any matter.
Let me know what you think!