Men in Britain are less engaged in their work compared with women until the
final years of employment when they get a late surge of enthusiasm, according to
Men start off their careers at a much lower level of job satisfaction than
women, only catching up shortly before they give up the commute and pick up
"One line of theory which I would like to look at more is that men have the
Protestant ethic of going out to work to make money and not to enjoy it," Simon
Easton, co-author of the report said.