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I am American. I am married to a French woman. I solved Jareth’s Labyrinth and all I got was this stupid baby shirtI have worked for years in the United States and for years in Europe. I have had a lot of time to think about the difference between the work environment in these two places. This is my conclusion.Americans, including myself as a working class boy who became a university professor and Dean, are culturally molded (brainwashed) into believing that work is everything. Our lives revolve around the work we do. To the point that when one American asks another Who are you? the questioner is not asking for the name that’s irrelevant) but rather for the work title: “Who are you? Me?
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I’m an analyst for Merrill Lynch.For an American, I solved Jareth’s Labyrinth and all I got was this stupid baby shirtI solved Jareth’s Labyrinth and all I got was this stupid baby shirtI solved Jareth’s Labyrinth and all I got was this stupid baby shirt that’s a satisfying answer.I’m retired now, but in my final years as a top level administrator I was working so hard 10 hours a day, days a week hat I did not take the vacations due me. At the end, my employer owed me more than 6 months vacation time. And, oh yes, a former employer fired me because at years of age I was being paid too much in their view and they could hire a year-old for much less. That is normal in America. There is no such thing as loyalty to a long time and valued worker. Workers are “inputs” into the process, not people. Americans have been raised to think this is the way it is and the way it should be.