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Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2004

VIEWS FROM THE STREET

What is your ideal work environment?


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Naoki Daisho Samurai Student, 22

I want to be working with cool people in Rome, to be able to smoke cigarettes, be somewhere near a soccer stadium, and surrounded by music without drugs.

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Micah Sakata Engineer, 32

I think a boss who really looks out for your growth and supports you, gives you a voice in the project. And to feel like you have upward mobility.

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Naoki Ueno Banker, 38

No screaming, no hassling, no pushing, no deadlines. no nagging. Twenty hours a week.



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Rasmus Nilsson Financial Services, 33

Transparency, performance; achieving goals and working together.


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Masako Mukaiyama Teacher, 25

Good, quiet students, a nice salary and a flexible schedule.




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Julia Cater Finance, 33

Somewhere noisy and fun (it's not that here). Relaxed, where you can come and go when you want, and none of this 'wait for the boss to go first.' I tend to go when I want, maybe that upsets some people.

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Ricky Pertoni Dancer, 22

There needs to be good facilities and sticking to schedule. And everyone needs to be happy.



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