In 1989, Don Henley released a song called, “Heart Of The Matter”. In it, he made observations similar to yours:

Ah, the trust and self-assurance that lead to happiness
They’re the very things we kill, I guess
Oh, pride and competition
Cannot fill these empty arms
And the work I put between us, you know it doesn’t keep me warm

Your article identifies the reason for much of the unhappiness at the time. And I believe that once the people at the top figure out that they’re just living in a more expensive Skinner Box than the rest of us, they might be willing to pay the people who work for them a bit more. That way we can focus on people more than money.

Husband, father, worker, philosopher, and observer. Plumbing the depths of consciousness to find the spring of happiness. Write on.