Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Depressing Jobs

Providing aggressively bad service and being rude to everyone results in low job satisfaction.  The only thing that's surprising about that is that anyone is surprised.  You have to sympathize, I admit:  knowing that every day you are going to waste a huge amount of money and provide terrible service would make it hard to have much job satisfaction...

Jobs and depression

The Atlantic story

The actual study


loy man said...

This AC Milan can be one of the best in the world – Berlusconi

Agen Bola Terpercaya Cityholidaybet Reported - AC Milan can return to the pinnacle of world football and qualify for the Champions League this year, according to owner Silvio Berlusconi.
Despite their tough year, Berlusconi feels that Filippo Inzaghi's men can become one of the strongest sides on the continent. He is targeting a third-place finish in the league and victory in the Coppa Italia.
"I have always said that I would never trade our squad with anyone in Italy," he told Milan Channel.
"Not with Roma's or even Juventus'.
"I think we have the opportunity, with this squad, to return to be protagonists in Italy, in Europe and in the world.
"This year we want third place in the league - we need to get into Europe - and we also want to win the Coppa Italia."

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Torres wants to make things right – Godin

Agen Bola Terpercaya Cityholidaybet Reported - Diego Godin has spoken of his delight at Fernando Torres' return to Atletico Madrid, and stated that his signing has "generated great enthusiasm" around the club.
The Spain international has returned to his boyhood club, arriving on loan from AC Milan following a failed stint at the Italian side as well as Chelsea.
Torres is set to be presented as an Atleti player once again on Sunday, and Godin believes the 30-year-old will add a lot to the team as Diego Simeone's men look to defend their Liga crown.
"Fernando is a household name and he has generated great enthusiasm," Godin said after his side beat Levante 3-1, with Torres watching on from the stands.
"He has come to contribute and he wants to make things right."

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't like to be Messi – Lavezzi

Agen Bola Terpercaya Cityholidaybet Reported - Ezequiel Lavezzi says he would not like to be Lionel Messi because of the attention the Barcelona star receives.
The three-time Fifa Ballon d'Or winner has become a household name across the world and is regarded as one of the best players the game has ever seen.
However, the Paris Saint-Germain attacker says he would not swap places with his Argentina team-mate, as he much prefers to hide in the shadows.
"Life isn't easy when everyone recognises you all the time," Lavezzi told Marca. "No, I wouldn't like to be like Messi. I prefer to keep myself in the shadows."
The winger, though, has the utmost respect for his compatriot and saw the potential in him as a youngster.
"When I played with him as a kid I could see his potential. I don't see him as the best in the world, but rather as another friend."