Serious job dissatisfaction is on the rise among blue collar workers - the working class. Why the discontent? Is it the pay? Working conditions? Company policy? Or is it the very nature of the work that is itself chiefly responsible? Everyone finds himself – or herself - performing some boring tasks from time to time. Housewives grow weary from the daily round of cooking, cleaning house, and doing the laundry. Students shun homework assignments. Secretaries and office workers tire from the unending routine of papers, typing, and telephone calls. Even executives find some of their daily chores just that - chores! But the problem is most acute among the blue collar work force – the working class. What is taking place among these workers has already become one of the major social problems of the '70's.
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