Workers are more satisfied when they have many different types of tasks to do during the workday than when they do similar tasks all day long. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

There are three reasons why workers are more satisfied when they have many different types of tasks to do during the work day, and the reasons will be specified below: Doing a task over and over again is not stimulating for the worker's brain. Thus, the worker starts feeling bored and disinterested. In turn, this will drop the worker's efficiency and hinder the worker. Repetition of anything will cause distaste for that task. Imagine that you can eat your favorite food for every meal. It is only a matter of time until you grow to hate that food. The same principle applies to jobs and doing similar tasks all day. Even if the worker loves their job, they start hating it little by little because they have to repeat it on a daily basis. So this repetition will plant seeds of dissatisfaction with the task, and the worker prefers to shake things up and start doing other tasks that are not similar to the repeated task. The last reason is a direct result of the first reason and is bred from it. That being the inefficiency of the worker, which stems from his boredom and disinterest. It is common sense that when a person loses interest in a task, they start to cut corners. In turn, this will result in worse results for the worker, and the worker may feel bad and incompetent because of the said results. They will blame themselves for not taking the task seriously and causing the fall in inefficiency, but because of the boring nature of the task, they cannot make themselves fully commit to it. So, in the end, this will cause a sense of guilt and dissatisfaction for the worker.
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