While most people spend two-third of their life sleeping, many also spend the same amount of time (or even more) working (a job) during their lifetime. Even more so, the evolution of the modern workplace environment and the evolving nature of work itself due to the imprint of technology could even make the modern ‘’job’’ an incessant activity susceptible to be practiced during a lifetime.
Regardless of its nature, the primary importance of job is to provide a salary to the worker enabling him to ‘’make a living’’ by earning money, among others. This money therefore allows the worker (or job performer) to sustain and improve many aspects of his life, including his own health.
From this sole perspective, job is somehow a health enhancer because one c