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What I Learned from Hating My Job a Decade Ago

And why you shouldn’t hate your job

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I worked on a job I didn’t like (Maybe we all did). A job I didn’t imagine having after my college graduation in 2008. I thought of starting my career in an office where I’d be sitting for 8 hours a day. At the time, I didn’t know the consequences of sitting long hours on a daily basis is harmful to a human body. I didn’t…




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Josef Cruz

Josef Cruz

Entrepreneur, coder, husband, father. I spend my days on the web learning and sharing information across the globe.

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