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AMERICAN WORK ETHIC
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Can Work Ethic Be Learned?
Dr. Peggy Drexler
Author, research psychologist and gender scholar
Is work ethic always instilled -- by parents, in young children? Can it be learned later on or, in fact, even be inherent?
Since When Is Work a Moral Imperative?
Freelance writer and editor
If you ask me, many of us (Americans in particular, New Yorkers most of all) have confused work-for-money with work-for-life.
What Can We Learn From the French
Resilience and Climate Adaptation Provocateur
French workers actually have a stronger work ethic than American, British, or Dutch employees. However, the French still lag in the top-line competitiveness score behind all three. So what gives?
Watch: Why Won't Americans Take Time Off?
The Absence Of Action
We can see why America as a whole is slowly transforming into a land where production takes a backseat to self-preservation. This creates a system where nothing is produced except for excuses.
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