The Zombie Epidemic of Idle Men | Foundation for Economic Education

The death of work has ushered in additional costs at the personal and social levels that may be difficult to quantify but are easy to describe. These include the corrosive effects of prolonged idleness on personality and behavior, the loss of self-esteem and the respect of others that may attend a man’s voluntary loss of economic independence, and the loss of meaning and fulfillment that work demonstrably brings to so many (though admittedly not all) people.

Source: The Zombie Epidemic of Idle Men | Foundation for Economic Education

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