Monday, 25 July 2016

Our graduates live longer, live happier


A number of recent surveys and research by a leading US university (published by Time Magazine) indicates those with good income live on average 15 years longer than those with poor income in the United States.
About 1% of North Americans make over $100,000 in annual income per year.
11.10 % of National Academy of Osteopathy graduates in Canada made over $150,000 in 2015.
Additionally these individuals with high income are twice as happy as those with incomes of less than $40,000 per year. As we have always said money does buy happiness!
This survey also found that while the rate of divorce in North America is approximately over 50%, the rate for those in high income bracket mentioned above is just 19%.
We teach everything we know about business management and entrepreneurship to our students. This is the main reason why we graduate successful manual osteopaths.

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