Quietly dreading your next business trip? You're not alone. A recent study found that employees who frequently travel may be sick of their "hypermobile" work lives, but don't address the issue because they feel powerless.
The new research from England's University of Surrey determined two types of employees: the flourishing hypermobile and the floundering hypermobile.
"Those 'flourishing' viewed business travel as a source of happiness and a valued part of their identity," said Dr. Scott Cohen, lead author of the research and head of the department of tourism and events at the University of Surrey. "Those 'floundering' saw it as a source of unhappiness, and a danger to their health and family/social life."
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