The state of humanity is improving. Fast.

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Poverty is declining across the globe

In 1981, 84 percent of the Chinese lived on less than $1.25 per day. In spite of the population growth, only 13 percent of the Chinese lived on less than $1.25 a day in 2008.

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Fewer infants are dying

In Pakistan, infant mortality rate was 175 per 1,000 live births in 1960. By 2011, that number declined to 59 - a reduction of 66 percent.

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People are working fewer hours than ever before

In 1950, the Dutch worked, on average, 2,299 hours per year. In 2011, they worked only 1,380 hours - a reduction of 40 percent leaving them more time for family and leisure!

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