I would rather lose a job than stay at home, my wife says.

In her first interview with a new job, I’d rather not have to go through the motions of trying to train myself.

And if I had to, I would like to see my employer pay me more, my spouse says.

“I’d much rather work out, because it’s better for my health and it’s a better way to live,” she said.

“So I’d really like to be able to go to work every day.”

In her own interview with The Associated Press, Lisa Hagen said she had a “huge amount of pride” in her career.

“When I’m not working, I’m going out and having fun,” she says.

But she says she is worried about the economy.

“It’s hard to be a part of that, especially when we have this new recession.

I’m kind of worried that people will start losing their jobs.”

The AP interviewed more than 1,000 people across the U.S. from January through March 2017.

It did not factor in people who did not take the job interview.