It’s obvious that our collective work ethic has changed over the years and decades. Long gone are the days when most of us earned a living by the sweat of our brow. These days, a large number of people have more sedentary jobs. Some analysts refer to these as “softer” jobs than were often held down by earlier generations of workers. There are also complaints by employers that they cannot find young people willing to take jobs that consist more or less of menial labor. On Monday, Jerry and Debbie will present a pre-recorded episode of the show that features several regular listeners and their takes on this topic. If you’re not too busy with holiday activities, be sure to tune in!