Most would agree that the type of job you hold determines how you feel about working. Some jobs just offer more and better benefits. The tasks associated with prestigious and professional occupations make them more ego-gratifying and intellectually stimulating, not to mention better paying. These jobs contribute greatly to one’s emotional well-being because they’re personally fulfilling. As a result of all this good stuff, professionals rely more heavily on their jobs for defining themselves. In fact, the bond between job and self can be so intertwined that their professional and personal lives are often blended together.
From this perspective, it stands to reason that those holding such jobs would be less enthusiastic about leaving them, and would have a harder