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worth

1. having a value of
2. value, price
3. the amount or quantity of something of a specified value
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Nearly a fifth (17%) of those in Years 7 to 11 rated how worthwhile they found life as between 0 and four, compared to just 4% of those aged 16 and over.
"In the future, we would love to be able to support other worthwhile organisations too, so pledging to put this money to good use is an important step."
* Less loneliness Respondents with higher worthwhile activity scores were more likely to be married or have a partner, spent more time socializing with friends, belonged to a greater number of organizations, and were more likely to volunteer.
The 35.8 per cent of people who had very high levels of feeling worthwhile in 2018 is up from 31.5 per cent in 2012.
A Paisley-based organisation is doing its bit for a worthwhile cause.
Respondents ranked their life satisfaction, happiness, sense of things being worthwhile, and anxiety levels between 0 to 10.
"But it's days like this that makes it worthwhile, to see the supporters and your family out there and to be able to make them proud is a wonderful thing.
But, the answer is quite simply because NASA doesn't use enough rockets to make reusability worthwhile.
Respondents were also asked to rate their life satisfaction, feeling worthwhile and anxiety.
Job seekers who enter the assistance and are physically and mentally able to perform regular work, are placed in the group approach Worthwhile Work.
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