The Purpose Myth

When asked who you think experiences a greater sense of purpose in their job, a hospital cleaner or a surgeon performing life-saving procedures, the answer at first seems obvious.

Thurs, 27 Oct 2016 | By Octavius Black

When asked who you think experiences a greater sense of purpose in their job, a hospital cleaner or a surgeon performing life-saving procedures, the answer at first seems obvious.

Doing ‘important’ work might have more cachet now than being a high earner or a recruitment business leader. 

Yet the search for...

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