Is your job evil?

The case for aligning your work with your morals

An office worker.
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When it comes to our consumption habits, most of us could probably rattle off a list of things we feel at least a little guilty about. We eat factory-farmed animal products, use phones containing minerals mined by horrifically mistreated workers, fly to vacation spots on carbon-spewing planes.

But we rarely apply this same lens to our work, even though most of us could.

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