Our expert says:
Well, it's nice to hear from someone old-fashioned enough, like myself, to actually want to work ! I find these days there seem to be many people wanting a job, but few wanting work. Of course I could say that counselling would help, as it would. But I wonder also if you could discuss this situation tactfully with the HR folks at your company, or with a boss or supervisor ? They may be staggered by meeting someone actually wanting more work, but should be able to work with you to find a solution.
Being underemployed, especially for someone used to working hard, as you are, is enervating ( nice word I don't get to use too often !) and dispiriting. But the effect shouldn't be lasting, once you can find more to keep yourself properly occupied.
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