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Workers derive satisfaction from learning things not directly related with their work.

by Omar Garcia

There is the innate desire for people to learn even if the learning is not related with the primary professional activity. This need is so important that often takes us to move to another city or search for a different job. Doctors, as explained by the following article, benefit tremendously by learning humanities. Their job satisfaction increases and they become better doctors. Pretty obvious, right?

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Tags: Competence
Published on 14 Sep. 2012


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