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Workers who find their jobs interesting are more likely to be innovative and to take the calculated risks and the initiative that drive productivity and contribute to economic growth, Barrington says.
"What's really disturbing about growing job dissatisfaction is the way it can play into the competitive nature of the U.S. work force down the road and on the growth of the U.S. economy -- all in a negative way," says Lynn Franco, another author of the report and director of the Conference Board's
Originally posted by Shadow Herder
I dont doubt the statement. Many jobs in the U.S are low paying, at a a corner store, dunkin donuts, grocery store, gas stations, department stores and other dead end jobs. Industry is dead in the U.S.
Originally posted by Sestias
I have always chosen work that is interesting, creative and challenging over merely a way to make a living. As a result I'm a lot less rich than many of my peers but my work life is satisfying. Sometimes you have to make trade-offs like this.