What does the phrase work ethic mean to you?
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This phrase means "rules, that you need to hold in work"
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In this culture it refers to how much money a person makes in proportion to actually working very little. If you've noticed, people with a lot of money usually talk about the hard work that went into it all the while appearing very well rested.
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