Felce (2005) a quality of life defined as a highly subjective measure of happiness that is an important factor of many financial decisions. The factors that play a role in quality of life contrast according to personal preferences, but they often include financial security, job satisfaction, family life, health and safety. A model of quality of life is proposed that integrates objective and subjective indicators, a broad range of life domains, and individual values. It takes account of concerns that externally derived norms should not be applied without reference to individual differences. According to Felce (2005) a financial decisions usually involve a trade-off where quality of life is decreased in order to save money or, conversely, quality of life is increased by spending more money. Rosenbaum (2011) said that Quality of Life may also define in terms of the hierarchical need satisfaction level of most of the members of a given society. The higher need satisfaction of the majority in a given society, the greater the Quality of Life of that society. The institutions are designed to serve human needs in a society, and therefore a society's Quality of Life as well.
Quality of Life has a major elements and that is the ability to get quality health care, access to effective education and the removal and appropriate treatment of waste according to Rosenbaum (2011). A model of quality of life is anticipated that integrates objective and subjective indicators, a broad range of life domains, and individual values. The account of concerns that externally derived norms should not be applied without reference to individual differences. It also allows for objective comparisons to be made between the situations of particular groups and what is normative. Rosenbaum (2011) said that the coverage may be categorised within five dimensions: physical wellbeing, material wellbeing, social wellbeing, emotional wellbeing, and development and activity.
In quality of life weakness is nothing to be ashamed of. But strength is no cause for pride; either said James (2013). Each one of us has unique strengths and weaknesses that compose who we are. So even if you already know your why, knowing your strengths and weaknesses can help you shape how to reach your goals. So rather than spinning your wheels trying to be good at everything, why not spend your time becoming great at one or two things? What comes naturally to you that others find difficult? What are the things you’re doing when you lose track of time? These are your strengths. On the other hand, the opposite items would be your weaknesses: the things that you find difficult, boring, or that make you want to speed up time so it will be over already. When you know what you’re capable of, it can help you shape your goals. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses can help you create the most effective path to reach your vision.
Annamali (2011) said that Quality of Work Life is one of the most discussed terms in...