I could hardly get the post.Two possible interpretations:1. The one saying it's their 'job', considers it a duty to know about the other person's condition, because of good will/obligation/responsibility. And it is not a business, because nothing is to be 'gained'. But this interpretation doesn't seem to be fitting your pattern of labels, assuming you're not frivolous about them, which you haven't been! But who knows!2. If I give special emphasis to 'how' in the title, I would conclude, this post has something to do with your job-responsibility at your work place. Maybe, something related to algorithms/programming or refining of some technical procedures...What is the post about? Please explain!TC.Have you been viewing the mayawi duniya through septenary jharokha? Sorry for the deliberate bad Hindi.
And well yes, an entirely different interpretation if one adds a third-person pronoun after 'do' in the title! ;)But as I have been repeating your posts are creative and not procreative! :P
I think its the supervisor who is asking "how are you" to his sub-ordinate. Or it might be a doctor attending the patient. And I somehow feel that your boss probably asked you the same when you were in utter bad mood :-P
my own business bores me to death; i prefer other people's...says wilde