Repeat after me, I don't care about my job, I care about the paycheck

Of course, people will not be chanting these words like a mantra.

Can a job become like a difficult relationship where the person you are trying to be close to does not reciprocate?
Can it become unhealthy with too much emotional baggage attached to it?

In our age of enlightenment, should we still try to find meaning and a sense of purpose in what we do?
Would it be better for most of us if we looked at a job as a way to pay the bills as many blue collar workers did and still do?

Thinking out loud for Monday Work Etiquette # 105

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