In workplaces where high-speed broadband Internet access is typically available and 60-hour workweeks are commonplace, many employees believe that the office is the most convenient or effective place to do a job search. And people who are unhappy with their jobs sometimes believe that they are entitled to use the workplace to find something better. (…)[M]ost employees, especially those under 40, saw themselves as “free agents” who would search for jobs from their offices as a matter of course.
Employees working 50- or 60-hour weeks (…) are often too exhausted to look for jobs when they are outside the office. (IHT)
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