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How do you know when you've been at a job for too long? When you can drive to the office with your eyes closed? Answer your home phone with your office greeting? Start seeing wrist impressions on your desk?

Take a break from the routine to tell us what signs you look for in work fatigue. We'll start it off for you to get your creative juices flowing: "You've been a fed too long when..."

Submit your ideas -- and feel free to remain anonymous -- to contests@1105govinfo.com or post them as a comment here (registration required). Look for the winning entries on FCW.com next month.

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Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 12:12 PM


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