Maybe it's time for a MASSIVE, nationwide game of career musical chairs.
--According to a new survey by "Parade" magazine and Yahoo, almost 60% of Americans say they want a different career. That's three out of five people who want to drop everything they've worked toward, and start fresh.
--The survey also found people are TWICE as likely to say workers get ahead because they play office politics rather than through hard work.
--The misery doesn't stop there. 19% of people think they're going to have to work into their 70s. Only 33% think they'll retire by age 65.
--And finally, more than half of people say they'd choose a 5% raise over TWO MORE WEEKS of vacation. And that's not a spectacular raise considering the trade-off. At a $50,000-a-year job, 5% is only a $2,500 raise.