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Tick Tock, Don't Stop

Robert S. Swiatek (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-1621-2 ©2003
Price: $13.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 143 pages
Category/Subject: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Labor

Without exception, we all spend too much time working. “Tick Tock, Don’t Stop” is a treatise dealing with unnecessary work, home work, dangerous work and much more. It covers why we hate work and how to make our lives better.

“Tick Tock, Don’t Stop” is a work on “work.” It covers the origin of work as well as why we hate it. My experience, unnecessary work, dangerous work, slavery, the unions, management, high paying professions, the minimum wage, home work, the cost of working, revolutions and jobs I wouldn’t take to make a living are all covered . All the reasons why we work are discussed as well as what alternatives we have to be productive with less effort so as to succeed in this necessary endeavor and make our lives better.

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Customer Reviews

  confidently recommended , 08/12/2004
Reviewer: Midwest Book Review - Oregon, WI
Tick Tock, Don't Stop: A Manual For Workaholics is an informed and informative overview of all aspects of "work", ranging from its origin, to why it is so widely disliked, to the ramifications of minimum wage, to the advantages and disadvantages of working at home, to productive alternatives to the traditional 9 to 5 job, and more. A thoughtful and thought-provoking survey written to provide the reader with information and ideas about a very necessary, ubiquitous part of human life, and touching on ways to improve the daily work life for us all, Tick Tock, Don't Stop is an engaging and confidently recommended reflection offering a much-needed perspective on the "daily grind" that occupies so much of our waking life.

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