Cappelli: What makes a good job?

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In case you’re interested in a break, this column does not mention the pandemic.

Instead, it reflects on an old question that has spanned a number of new books about the nature of work and what is wrong with it. Jill Lepore wrote a survey of these books this month in the New Yorker, finding that a common theme is that the authors don’t like what they see, and they think things were better in the past.

Whether or not work is worse now depends a lot on what outcomes one wants to be the focus. One thing that does

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