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Life’s Too Short: 4 Reasons to Do What You Love for a Living
Happiness does not directly correlate with money: The link between income and happiness ends once someone earns $75,000 annually, according to a study by Purdue University.
The Global Rise of Unhappiness
All leaders use indicators to measure progress. For example, if you asked CEOs what indicators they follow most closely, they would probably say revenue growth or share price. With world leaders, it's harder to know. Would they say GDP? Unemployment? The poverty rate? Maybe the Saudi king would say oil prices.
Toxic company culture is the No. 1 reason workers are quitting jobs, survey finds
Nearly one-third of employees are considering quitting their jobs and one-quarter resigned over the past six months, according to a FlexJobs survey.
The No. 1 reason for resigning was “toxic company culture,” with low salary, poor management and a lack of a healthy work-life balance following closely behind.
However, if you’re planning to leave, it’s important “not to burn any bridges,” experts say.
85-year Harvard study found that people with this type of job tend to be the unhappiest
The unhappiest jobs are also some of the loneliest, according to an 85-year study from Harvard researchers.
America, we have a problem. People aren't feeling engaged with their work
A new report from Gallup finds that large numbers of workers, especially Gen Zers and young millennials, are not engaged with their jobs. And that could make their climb up the career ladder harder, as well as hurt companies' overall performance.
Toxic Culture Top Reason People Quit
Wanting to escape a workplace culture perceived as toxic is the primary reason people quit their jobs, according to new research. In fact, having a healthy culture is 10 times more important to employees than pay, the research found.