Young employees and these pollsters are both clueless.
You've been through 4 years of college and now you're doing what you studied for, what you presumably intended your life to be, and you want to be promoted out of what you like and what you're competent at? WTF?
What makes jobs pleasant are enough money to make finances not a problem in your life and decent management. Decent management means not jerking you around or playing mind games, insulating you from corporate irrelevancies and sticking up for you Decent management clears a pathway for you to do your job, provides guidance as required (but not more), and dispenses attaboys.
Decent management is consistent, doesn't lead you into dead-end projects that discard a year of your work. Decent management doesn't make false promises or bumble into situations that require you to work overtime for months, particularly if it's unpaid.
Chinese is a beautiful language
Sounds like cats fighting to me.
No, we need to get rid of CO2 pollution.
Congrats, you've just identified yourself as a nutcase.
It does not matter how that is done.
And a potential murderer.
Germany was great during Hitler if you were a standard, run of the mill German.
Nazism made worse the conditions caused by the Treaty of Versailles, as any unfree economic system is bound to do. Hitler spending resources on armament instead of allowing a consumer economy to develop hurt everyone except party leaders and those in high places in certain industries, such as Krupp.
The longer a repressive regime stays in power and the bigger it becomes, the smaller is the portion of people whose condition can be properly described as "great". Eventually, the suppression of progress leaves nobody untouched by the damage, nobody better off than they would be with freedom.
A wall is a passive defense; it requires little manpower to keep people from ever entering the US.
Drones and cameras require active and violent backup. Either the trespassers are shot dead, or they're rounded up at high manpower expense and then (because they're already in the US) they're into the legal system with gigantic manpower expense. A fair amount of border fence can be built with the money that would be spent on 100 hours of legal fees, and the money would be going to a more honorable class of people.
It is impossible to travel faster than light, and certainly not desirable, as one's hat keeps blowing off. -- Woody Allen