Trying too hard at work could actually harm your career

Trying too hard at work could actually harm your career

Most people inherit the notion that harder work leads to more (and quicker) promotions, resulting in more money and a greater sense of achievement.

Contrary to the assumption that working harder equates to working better, a new study has shown that working too hard consistently will not only negatively impact on your wellbeing, but impact on your career too.

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