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Monday morning blues

Many Hong Kong finance professionals are unhappy with their employers, complaining of poor promotion prospects and inadequate pay.
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Forget about so-so Monday mornings, reckons Christina Aguilera (AFP)
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<div style="text-align: left;"> Forget about so-so Monday mornings, reckons Christina Aguilera (AFP) </div>

If you groaned when awakened by your alarm this morning, be assured that you are not alone. About 40% of Hong Kong finance professionals claim they rarely or never look forward to work on Monday mornings, according to the latest job satisfaction survey by eFinancialCareers.

No doubt, some feel with Christina Aguilera that “Hey, forget about your Monday morning, So, so ordinary same old story”, and others agree with Pulp that “You don’t want to live till Monday, You gotta do it all over again”.

But the reasons why workers are reluctant to drag themselves from their beds are varied. The survey revealed that more than...

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