Most Americans would keep job after winning lottery

  • Two-thirds of working Americans said they would continue to work after winning $10 million in the lottery. Some of them said they would work in a different job and only 2 percent said they weren't sure. 

    The results of this recent study are better than the ones revealed by the study conducted back in 2005, when most people said they would quit their jobs after winning the lottery.  

    According to the researchers, the change in these results could be due to recession that has probably caused people to want to have some job stability irrespective of influx of cash. 

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