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76% of Us Wouldn’t Want Our Boss’s Job

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What happened to our self-esteem, man?  Has our desire to cling to jobs in this economy made us forget that we’re all smarter and more qualified than our bosses?  Because this ain’t American right here.

According to a new survey from OfficeTeam by the staffing company OfficeTeam, 76% of people . . . that’s more than three-quarters . . . say they have no interest in their boss’s job.

And 65% of us, or two-thirds, believe that if we were promoted to that job, we couldn’t do it any better than our bosses are doing it now.  Really?

People aged 18 to 34 were the most likely to want their boss’s job.  People in other age groups were much less likely to be angling to take over as manager.

Would you want your bosses job?

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