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Happiness Index

After this I’ll shut about work but I love this report even though I can’t figure out what it means. A British organisation called City & Guilds has published a Happiness Index. Hairdressers are the happiest workers in Britain: 40 percent say they are very content in their job (giving their careers a score of ten out of ten).

After this I’ll shut about work but I love this report even though I can’t figure out what it means. A British organisation called City & Guilds has published a Happiness Index. Hairdressers are the happiest workers in Britain: 40 percent say they are very content in their job (giving their careers a score of ten out of ten). Next in the happiness stakes are the clergy (24 percent ), chefs/cooks (23 percent ), beauticians (22 percent ), and plumbers, mechanics and builders (all 20 percent ). In contrast, only five percent of lawyers, IT specialists and secretaries/PAs, four percent of real-estate agents, three percent of civil servants and two percent of architects say they are extremely happy at work.

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Kelly Sue DeConnick got her start in the comic industry adapting Japanese and Korean comics into English.Five years and more than 10,000 pages of adaptation later, she transitioned to American comics with 30 Days of Night:

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