The more you study, the longer you live

The more you study, the longer you live

What is truly influencing life expectancy? Could it be the GDP per capita? What about the size of the family and the level of education? Is it better to live in a urban environment? We compared many differents countries all over the world on these topics; apparently, turns out that the more you study, the longer you live... Or is it the other way round?

Realized for La Lettura / Corriere Della Sera

Download the english translation of the visualization at this link:
http://www.accurat.it/files/corriere/05_the_more_you_study.pdf

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