Are you happy with your work?

Philippines
July 25, 2008 12:12pm CST
You work. I word. We work. It consumes most of the time in our daily life. When we love our job, we tend to focus more in serving other people. From this, we attain satisfaction. We get happy. At times however, when we are tired and weary, alot of things may linger in our mind. How is your work of should I say your job right now?
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@Humbug25 (12551)
25 Jul 08
Hi ya CopyPaper I work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and the pay is lousy but I wouldn't change it for the world because the rewards are amazing. Love, hugs, kisses and I get to play!! I am a fulltime mum to my 3 boys aged 3, 5 and 7
• Philippines
26 Jul 08
Now, you're really very lucky that you have all your time. Being a full time mom is always considered a fulfiling job.
@Humbug25 (12551)
26 Jul 08
... but it's not one of the easiest jobs in the world!! LOL
• Philippines
26 Jul 08
It might not be the easiest job in the world, at least you enjoy it! How I wished I would be like you someday. You'll be considered as my best response in this topic.
@neildc (17253)
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
26 Jul 08
i work with the government. you know how it feels to serve the people, the masses. sometimes it's irritating. people seems cannot understand simple notices placed in the bulletin. they keep on asking and you keep on explaining. but in totality, serving the people, our countrymen is fun, as long as you serve with your heart. the only part of my dissatisfaction with my jow is the salary. KEEP SMILING = NEIL
• Philippines
26 Jul 08
We have the same sentiments. Well, I am not actually look after the payroll every end of the month, but the will to serve to our countrymen. I hope, politicians in our country will also do the same.
@heartonfire (4131)
• Denmark
25 Jul 08
I don't think there are too many people in this world who can say they are happy with their work/job ... they all imply a lot of stress and a daily routine,no matter if you like the area that you're working in or not... i am sure everyone wishes for more often vacations, and so on. But the greatest satisfaction is on pay day,and then is when you remember what your efforts were worth for:) and when you can see that you have the financial power to support yourself,or your family,or maybe to buy things that you like,i am sure that day you like your work:)
• Philippines
26 Jul 08
I always agree on that. There are always stress attached to it.
@chiyosan (30204)
• Philippines
30 Aug 10
I am happy with the work - it was actually easy, sometimes a no brainer at all - it just needs patience, understanding of some given facts, and communication worldwide. What i did not like - is the stress, not by my teammates, not by my boss, stress not by the work load... but the stress that we get from our "team mates" abroad. they are really not a very understanding people. they seem to always want to get their way, they always say they are open to comments but they never really listen... they just whine and make you feel like you are their servant... you can't fight back because the moment you do you will be part of the issue and will be reported to the boss of your boss! hayyy stupid people! im glad i go out of it already. im just glad i did!!!
@Blondie2222 (22366)
• United States
6 Sep 08
I agree. There's always stress at every job u go 2....But for the most part I like my job and love the patients I see on everyday basis....But it is very busy most of the time and by the end of the day yo u just wanna pull hair out...
• United States
26 Jul 08
I would say my job is alright, I don't love it by any means. But I like it alright. It gives me a decent sized paycheck and it is in the field I ultimately want to work in so I am looking at is a foot in the door and I will be in a job that I love in no time! Hopefully! :o)
@ersmommy1 (12600)
• United States
25 Jul 08
Yes I am.I get to work from home. This allows me to earn and stay home with my daughter. And our upcoming arrival. Now I don't make as much as I did. But it is a trade off I can live with.
• United States
25 Jul 08
My job is the best! I've loved teaching for more than 40 years. At this point, though, as costs of benefits, etc., go up and therefore takehome pay goes down, I get a little nervous about paying the bills. I'm starting, I think, to get too old for the stress and huge demands, but I dearly love the kids, so I haven't filed for retirement yet. We file 5 years before we plan to retire, so I guess I don't plan to go. If I could get enough income online, however, I just might start looking toward retirement.
@Ricky007 (512)
25 Jul 08
yeah i am really happy with my work..i am lucky to get work as per my interest..i am a software engineer and i am satisfied with my job because there is no work pressure, can take leave any day and the environment is too cool at office..