The working professionals that need to find everything in the job are also a product of a lack of community in the neighbourhood, with people living isolated lives.
This lack of harmony at our home and surroundings, has us seeking the same in our office.
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Life has shaped us to do our jobs in a weird, almost comical way.
We are entangled to our jobs, and keep doing it way after our office hours, not because we are scared to lose our job, but because we are so identified with it, and so engulfed in our work that it has becom...
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Technology and modern consumerism, coupled with peer pressure have created a perfect storm of our work dominating our lives in unheard-of ways. Securing and maintaining a high-profile job is not possible for the laid back slacker, trying to enjoy his weekends doing gardening the whole day.
The metaphorical treadmill keeps running and those who aren’t able to keep up, are thrown off.
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