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How To Be Happy In The Workplace


According to Oscar Wilde, work is the curse of the drinking classes.

But we can all try to make it a little more bearable by reading these tips, courtesy of Career Savvy, for boosting happiness levels in the workplace.

The recipe for enjoyment includes short walks, being positive, healthy eating and, apparently, thinking about your favourite movie. Sounds like good advice to us (unless your favourite movie is something really depressing, we suppose).

Take a look at the full infographic below, click on it to enlarge.



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