Poles work too much? We prove it for

In an article for, we share tips and answers derived from Prof. Steven Reiss’ research of human motivation. See what the root of the Polish workaholism is.

“Poles are among the most hard-working nations in the world. According to the statistics of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an average Pole worked for a total of 1928 hours in 2017. Only Chileans, Russians, Greeks, Koreans, Costa Ricans and Mexicans worked longer, while the least-working nation were Germans with a total of 1363 hours.”

Why is it so?
What are we after?
What motivates us to harm ourselves?

The answers, presented from the perspective of the 16 motives discovered by Prof. Steven Reiss, can be found in an article for  Read the whole article HERE.

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