Survey on willingness to work despite significant lottery win

If you won 10 million dollars on the lottery, would you continue to work, or would you stop working?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 20, 2013
Survey on willingness to work despite significant lottery win This statistic shows the results of a survey among employed Americans on whether they would continue to work or quit their job if they won 10 million US dollars on the lottery. 68 percent of respondents stated that if they won this amount on the lottery, they would continue working.
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If you won 10 million dollars on the lottery, would you continue to work, or would you stop working?

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