Today (July 5) is National Workaholic Day, because the day after the Independence Day is supposed to be for lounging by the pool and doing nothing. But some of us have to work, right? Here's what they mean.
If we're inside an office all day, odds are that we're going to be safe and not have to worry too much about getting injured (or worse). But some of our neighbors around the Treasure Valley are risking their lives by going to work at dangerous jobs every day, and it's not just the just the obvious ones that pose the biggest risks.
First of all, thank you for listening at work. You know I love you and consider you to be a fantastic co-worker and it's with your well-being in mind that I say what I'm about to say. If your job requires you to sit a lot, it could kill you. This is a lil scary!
If you've got education and training in one of these health-care positions, your odds of finding a job in the Treasure Valley are really good. There's a shortage of people like you, and these openings can sit open for weeks or months because HR can't find the right match.
After receiving a hand-written note from his 10-year old daughter listing the 22 milestones he'd missed so far that year, this dad said goodbye to his $100 million job. Yes, you read that right. Would you walk away?