Our weekly roundup of workplace news from around the web.
The New York Times on the value of finding a job you love: “[S]ocial science findings establish clearly that once you have met your basic obligations, it’s possible to live a very satisfying life even if you don’t earn a lot of money. . . . The bottom line: Resist the soul-crushing job’s promise of extra money and savor the more satisfying conditions you’ll find in one that pays a little less.”
The Wall Street Journal has five strategies for attracting and retaining top talent.
Co.Design takes a look at Dropbox‘s new headquarters: “We asked all our employees to sketch out their hourly experience, and how they liked to work,” said Glara Ahn, Dropbox’s spaces design lead. “From there, it became clear that employees not only liked a lot of variety in their work environments depending on what they were doing, they also liked being able to switch up their spaces depending on how they were feeling.”