A poll of 500 workers finds that no fewer than 77% of employees regret their career choice, whilst 35% admit to being bored at work.
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From pets in the office to French lunch (half) hours - research by the CIPD on working in the G8 has thrown up some surprising results...
Mother-of-two Jane Geraghty on running a busy design agency without losing your cool at home.
French farmers have always had their own agenda - but beating up Chinese wine students will prove counter-productive.
A year after it began, a mentor on Mary Portas' Portas Pilots scheme says the Queen of Shops's mission to save high streets was doomed from the beginning.
Chinese firm Dalian Wanda Group is going to build a luxury hotel on London's Nine Elms Lane - as well as buying Brit yachting firm Sunseeker.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says he 'won't leave the Ecuadorian embassy', even if sex crime accusations are dropped.
From this month's MT:
Tesco Boss Philip Clarke: I feel 'bloody great' The MT Interview: Tesco boss Philip Clarke has weathered profit warnings, the horsemeat scandal, a £1bn defeat in the US market and still come up smiling. Where next?
Fancy a flutter? The rise of the middle-class gambler The internet has spread the gambling bug to those who'd never dream of going to a betting shop. On a normal Saturday, William Hill posts six million bets - more activity than the Nasdaq. And the industry is growing and growing.
Energy burnout: Can we keep the lights on at UK plc? Unless Britain sorts out its energy needs - and quickly - the inglorious spectre of power cuts may be with us again.
Not so dolce vita: Why Italy is on the skids Italy is having its worst time since the Second World War. To get the economy motoring again, the new government must get rid of stifling labour laws, improve access to credit and harness the energy of its youth.
How ARM grew its legs World-leading chip designer ARM is the stand-out British tech success of the past 20 years. Here's the company's secret formula.
Polling guru Nate Silver: forecasters are wasting their time Decisions: Nate Silver, US Statistician, pollster and poker player, on why it's impossible to predict GDP rates - and why he's sticking to politics.