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No, people aren’t unemployed because they’re lazy. We should stop teaching children myths about work

By Luke Zaphir, Researcher for the University of Queensland Critical Thinking Project, The University of Queensland
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Philosophy can help us see how some of the implicit beliefs we hold about work are mere myths. Success isn't always due to effort, and the idea some jobs are more shameful to have than others.

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