do you love your job?
May 5, 2010 10:30am CST
I think we should really worked in a job that we loved doing. and we should really take a job, that if we were independently wealthy, we would take. that's the job to take because that's the one that we're gonna have great fun in, we'll learn something, will be excited about it, and we cann't miss. we may go to do something else later on, but we'll get way more out of it. so it is as the proverb saying--"a day without sunshine is like night."
8 May 10
no, i don't. right now, i'm actually on the verge of resigning. i'm just looking for something that i'd really want. i can totally relate to what you're saying. if you don't love your job, you don't have any motivation to do it, aside from money. and sometimes, that motivation is not enough, especially if like me, you don't have any real big responsibilities such as house payments or education for your children. i also believe that one should work happily. so that when you're working, you don't think of it as just a job and you don't get burned out.
6 May 10
I love my job. I want to be successful with it but it came to the point that I feel like I really dont wanna do it anymore. Its not about the nature of my job but it has something to do with the management, that's my main concern. There are so many concerns and questions left unanswered and I feel like I dont have anything special to do in my work place. I feel like its not worth it.
5 May 10
there's a difference between job you love and place to work which you like i have been through both cases i love my job, but some offices i worked in were awful - many loud voice communications, annoying colleagues, many extra working hours with no payment and other things of that sort while i was also in an office, where i was doing another kind of job, not related with my specialty, but the team was great and i found many friends there whit who i still keep in touch