Complement Belongs to the Most Preserving

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Sep 21, 2015 08:17 Japanese English Diary Culture
Complement Belongs to the Most Preserving

There is a syndrome called "Blue Bird Syndrome" in Japan, especially among new businessmen.
This name came from a fairy tale "Blue Bird".
It is a kind of disease to believe that his happiness is far from where he is now.

The patients think that their first jobs aren't suitable for themselves and believe that there must be the better job for them.
As a result, they become job hoppers and waste their time for job searching intead of improving their skills through working.

In this country, the loyalty to the companies still is regarded as one of the criteria as a good businessman.
I don't agree with the idea completely, but it is also true that job hoppers are less reliable than loyal employees.
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