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Job Satisfaction Has More to Do With Who You Work With Than What You Do

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Whether people are happy at work has more to do with who they work with than with what they do. Image by You X Ventures via Unsplash

As adults, we spend the majority of our waking hours at work. That means our experience at work determines a great deal of our happiness, or not. We teach our kids that finding their passion, finding the job they will love is the path to a happy life. If we can work on what we find interesting, we will have successful lives. But is the belief supported by science?

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