Earlier this week, the United States celebrated Labor Day, that one day a year where we honor the achievements of workers by being lazy. And if this holiday is defined by not working, then sadly every day is Labor Day for a growing number of Americans. Yeah, there isn't that much to celebrate when you consider that ...
5 Seventy Percent of Workers Don't Like Their Jobs
Look around your workplace and try to guess how many people don't want to be there. Obviously, the guy continuously typing "I don't want to be here" thousands of times into an Excel spreadsheet, a la The Shining, makes one. You probably make two, since you're reading this instead of working. And you're not alone -- according to a recent Gallup poll, a whopping 70 percent of American workers have "checked out" at work, and 20 percent actively hate it.
He's one more pointless meeting away from recreating the Mad Men intro.