Work: A Prison Occupation

D.H. Lawrence considered it so in 1929. Has much changed? I don’t think so, not for the masses

Photo by Liv Hema on Unsplash

The wages of work is cash.
The wages of cash is want more cash.
The wages of want more cash is vicious competition.
The wages of vicious competition is — the world we live in.

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Work & Org Psychologist writing on the human relationship with work | Slight Perfectionist | Introverted | Humanist Socialist | larrygmaguire.com

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Larry G. Maguire

Work & Org Psychologist writing on the human relationship with work | Slight Perfectionist | Introverted | Humanist Socialist | larrygmaguire.com