Friday, July 13, 2007

Working Way Too Hard For The Money

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – For one author, the daily 9 to 5 grind is a full-time joke.

In his book The Trap, author Daniel Brook outlines the economic realities faced by millions of Americans, and how their struggle to stay afloat often leaves their personal lives drowning.

Brook discovers some disheartening data, like the scary fact that the cost of housing in San Francisco has increased more than 250-percent in just 10 years, and that two-income couples talk to one another a pathetic 12 minutes a day.

According to Brook, these scary stats aren’t a secret.

Brook says, “If you’re willing to dig around, you’ll find some shocking stuff.”

But don’t expect to catch Brook cooped in a cubicle anytime soon.

He says, “The whole point of working is to enjoy your life. When I tell my friends in the corporate world that we should do lunch, they laugh – nobody has a lunch break anymore.”

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