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All right do you -- to work.
Or work to feed your meth addiction like Diane according to a new Gallup poll 70% of American workers are either checked out or actively disengage from their jobs.
Gallup -- that all the looking around across the country 550.
All the -- -- yes.
Those most likely to going to be going -- the emotions that -- -- millennial whenever that is I think that's a cookie baby boomers people with college degrees and guys named Gary.
Disease thanks for ruining the economy Gary discussed -- -- Meeting remand.
Like you do a lot of tough jobs I do you do.
Is this just -- -- supplied.
Generation and we too hard on -- what's going on here.
You know I think so I mean it's it's.
I think all the all the problems right from the skills gap unemployment all all the stuff -- normally talk about it is you know this thing happened it's.
-- is that we took some really bad advice -- you know some really really awful advice and one of the things we're working on now is this idea that you not a cliche work Smart not hard yap.
Was more than -- latitude but something people actually believe what you Google it.
It's everywhere Brighton and my guidance counselor had here tonight but I -- there individually yes sure I know that this.
-- -- -- Business yeah.
I'm so my guidance counselors wall in 1979 yes I've worked Smart not hard and so I mean that's the thing right yes well -- -- that's wrong I'm saying it's worse than wrong if if wrong were people this would be China that is like is wrong it's it's.
It's basically you know get a degree you're gonna wind up like this guy and when you -- saying what's wrong with that guy.
-- -- -- -- It's not bad -- that do you talk to save this -- flight -- on on on dirty jobs and we did 300 of these things and that guy.
Maybe 35 of the people we met on the show we're multimillionaires but yet we can anybody working hard ID they own their own business -- onto the -- -- we never really talked about because it was -- kind of show yet and are covered in crap as well he had -- point is those jobs are never on the table when people talk seriously about careers.
Yeah I actually you know make a lot of money covered in crap.
But you know those rich old man guy so easily Jesse -- do you feel like the teens that you manage it orange Julius generally genuinely want to be there.
Is that why you get them drunk in -- they're -- clumsily as they leave.
Now I get on drugs like in Red Bulls on their forehead when they pass out hot putter and -- -- gotta grow up you are good darkened.
Not like -- yet -- we can use this -- -- a microcosm of that example I mean do you really think that when you when Tom thrown together yet.
Another lay easily constructed orange Julius or hot topic references you guys -- phoning it in at this point.
There isn't continuity.
With all of the many -- -- managerial job.
I haven't come on how.
Yeah maybe just a hard multitask I don't care if I has sixteen John Paul I -- -- Do.
You do -- you have underage girlfriends and glide through the that a lot of -- -- -- somehow drug them to get them to come to a smash mouth concert with me.
I didn't sell out yeah he's amounts not enough time to -- -- in Iraq right now elaborate I hope someone does it have changed my candidate in this into impersonating Herman Munster on occasion I think that had a backpack.
The trifecta of jokes that you hit me up.
Yeah LA I love you -- not really but.
Use a lot of people see that the awkwardly to transition out of something -- A lot like companies -- have these goofy outings I once I've worked at a puts a road that would speak it makes it stop.
Is that why we have them because secretly we all hate where we work.
It's fine to try to do things to you know boost morale and keeps her in the spirit of teamwork going at the office but the bottom line is -- 70%.
Think it's a seven if it's 1080% of Americans.
Don't like their jobs and are phoning it in there -- two million Chinese and Indian people would love those jobs that Americans don't give their employers more reasons keep -- -- here that's exactly where they're going yet they'll I don't like your job.
-- -- And I.
The problem where.
This is yeah comedians that right because you've got something right in front of you.
That allows you do anything but your job but it's not the Internet it's cubicles.
You know we don't have to go up by my best or -- death.
Any day and see what we're doing and decides that -- on our awful but -- mortgage Shia.
Other people are trying to stay inside and they can't use that excuse but they can do it because -- something called -- them that allows them to be left to their own devices you get to the cubicles you'll have more latitude.
Yet he does -- you see because like he didn't.
Bill always uses the excuse it's for the show -- yourselves a chart that we we like doing -- -- every week we're doing an hour documentary on overweight she emails yes and it's an interesting thing that you become kind of like a pioneer.
I spent three hours and HR convincing them they had to unblock training truckers dot org yes and that -- -- -- -- welcome News Corp.
What is Germans urinating -- each -- have anything to do -- -- -- I don't -- C plus the clock and could usually does that -- ridiculous that I -- like watching it that really there was entertaining gas well that's a company restaurant.
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