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Monday, August 13, 2007

Men feel tied to jobs

Here's a quick snapshot of men's thoughts on their professional pursuits, according to a survey in the upcoming Sept. issue of Men's Health magazine.
Men feel more entitled to breaks during work hours because they are tethered to the office round the clock. A full 60 percent of men said they work 41 to 60 hours a week , while 82 percent said they take work-related calls after hours. But here's the interesting fact: 24 percent said they spend half the day or less actually working.
Among the survey's other results: Nearly 75 percent of men said they would prefer to work for a man rather than for a woman. One reader's explanation: "They die sooner."


Anonymous Peter said...

I heard from my friends that most of them spending their times on chatting with colleagues and their personal phone calls for more than 50% of the office time, I guess poor management. Thanks for link to MH, wonderful fitness tips,probably tomorrow I would try those in gym...

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