Americans Perceive Overworked People as Having High Status
Taking the afternoon off for a round of golf or enjoying a beach holiday in a five-star resort were once signs of having "made it." But according to a new study from researchers at Harvard, Americans increasingly perceive busy and overworked people as having high status.
The study relied on a number of experiments. First, the researchers combed through social media posts by celebrities and found ...
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