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Unformatted text preview: workers. Because, the results simply average the hours work they do not go deep enough to determine the motivating factors behind why they are working those kinds of hours. The type of lifestyle that Koreans live is much different than in the U.S. therefore, like in Korea they have to work more hours just to get food on the table. 4. The economy controls everything from out taxes that we have to pay even down the minimum wage we make at work. But, it also plays a role in the amount of hours that we as Americans are working. Thats because as the status or state of the economy declines we start to find ourselves working more hours to pick up the slack that way we can still put food on the table and be able to get the bills paid too....
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course NCM 545 taught by Professor Matter during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Oak Brook.
- Spring '11