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There's an old saying: "A bad day of vacation beats a good day of work". That said, a man should work in a field that at least has some underlying "reason for work" that he can do and have professional integrity to do the job well.Most corporate burnout cases involve people doing a job they don’t like for too long.
An employee doesn’t need to be overly passionate about his job, but he should at least ‘like’ doing it…