In a review of The Oxford Book of Work edited by Keith Thomas, Richard Sennett contradicts some of our common notions
about the nature of work. He says” Work embodies the most basic of human problems: How do your wrest something of
value from a condition in which you are not free? Most of us work for someone else; most of us will never earn the
money we deserve; most of us will have to struggle with impossible demands and imcompetent employers. Making work
meaningful has to mean more than just finding pleasure in a particular task. And yet the wonder of work is that
people do create that value in the very process of laboring.
Think about your own work experiences and the career you are working toward. Think about the work your friends,
family members, and acquaintances do. In your view what makes work satisfying for the people who do it? On the other
hand, what makes work unsatisying
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