It's TYDTWD, so are your furry friends workin' hard? I've gathered up pictures of cute canines busy working . . . or, in some cases, asleep on the job. Check 'em out and start this slideshow!
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In this day and age, office buildings are full of both male and female employees. While it's great to see so many hard working women in the work place, it's easy to get a reputation of being a b*tch vs. a hard working, powerful businesswoman.
Sherri Shepard from The View, who works with four other women was quoted in Entertainment Weekly saying, "I used to think women couldn't work together. Because some b*tches will work your nerves." Sure, women can have their off days, but let's face it, so can men. Since I've mainly worked with women throughout my career, let me ask you this — do you prefer working mainly with men or women?
As we're all relaxing over Labor Day Weekend, I wanted to cook up a Buzzworthy challenge in the spirit of celebrating the working stiffs among us. So, I want you to track down some of your favorite books about work — good jobs, bad jobs, and everything in between.
I'm starting you off with Studs Terkel's Working, a classic in which the author interviewed people about what they do all day and why. It's a great window into the mindset of Americans at a variety of jobs, focusing on what they love about their work, what they hate, and what keeps them going.
Just use Buzzsugar's cool bookmarking tool to bookmark your great reads online and tag them with the phrase work books. I'll post some readers' picks here next week. Just don't work too hard — this is a weekend for relaxing, after all!
You can also now make a list of your picks. Here are mine: