How do you love your job?

January 9, 2017 5:37am CST
Today, I just finished my writing resignation letter and I am planning to submit it tomorrow at our office. Let's admit it, we all need money, money somehow provides us everything we need, don't get me wrong I'm a religious person. Money provides us comfortable living, we are all working because of money because we want something that money can only buy, trip to somewhere, eat your favorite food any time, buy material things like clothes,shoes,car, literally everything in this world could offer. But before that, how can you have money if you don't have the means of getting it. That is were "work" come to life, someone has work to earn that thing we call "money". In order for you to maintain your money, you must also have to maintain your job. So I am resigning not because I don't like my job but because I am looking for a career growth and also earn myself monetary aspects. So how do you love your job?
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@cahaya1983 (10038)
• Malaysia
9 Jan 17
Very much! I've been freelancing for years now. It took sometime to finally be able to make a living out of it but I'm so glad I didn't give up. I enjoy the flexibility and wouldn't trade this job for any other.
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10 Jan 17
@cahaya1983 I admire your patience and dedication because freelancing isn't really that easy and it requires hardwork and perseverance, work hard!
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@cahaya1983 (10038)
• Malaysia
10 Jan 17
@marahjane Thank you! That is very true. I think one of the greatest things about it is that I'm able to see the result of my hard work.
@Happy2BeMe (74936)
• Canada
9 Jan 17
I have been with the same company for 30 years and for the most part like my job. I would never leave my job unless I had something lined up at another place. I do need to live and my job gives me the money I need to have a roof over my head, food on my table and transportation to get to and from work.
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10 Jan 17
Wow! 30 years is no joke you must really love your job that much. How I wish someday I could find the job that I really want and could stay the same year as you are.
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@Happy2BeMe (74936)
• Canada
10 Jan 17
@marahjane It is not bad. Like all jobs it has it faults and things I don't like about it but the good far outweighs the bad
9 Jan 17
I left my job which i didnt like...and now am preparing for the one i like....like steve jobs said...if you dont like...quit...
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10 Jan 17
@immilind113 For some reasons I agree with you and with Steve Jobs. I mean, what's the point of staying when you don't have the reasons to stay. Life's too short to dwell on something you don't like.
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10 Jan 17
@marahjane right...just make sure you acheive what you would love doing....
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@Jam4321 (581)
• Jamaica
9 Jan 17
My job is going as I like but do you have something in mind or something planned to start doing after you submit that letter or you will start the hunt for a new one after leaving?
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10 Jan 17
@Jam4321 That's great to hear. I was actually offered a better job. By better job, I mean better salary and better environment for me to grow that is why I decided to resign. Even so, I learned many things on my former job, I did change which is a good thing and I became mature and overcome my shyness.
@tzwrites (4954)
• Romania
9 Jan 17
Do you have any idea what you are going to do?
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10 Jan 17
@tzwrites I would probably apply for a job that will provide me satisfaction, financially and psychologically.
• Graz, Austria
9 Jan 17
Question : How do you love your job? Answer : being happy and clear to your self the job you sign or agree and to see the Continuation improvement and you can visualise the career path or passion. Comments: I think having a form of having routine /regular job is the easiest to make a calculation and planning of living, because you know exactly what income and and to save in a year it all basically strategy of handling financial. I think handling this aspect is most important to all individual than a career growth that sometime invisible in the eyes because our mind is busy in daily work. Being self monetary or self employed form of you must follow really what your biggest wish in your life and build on your own structure,systems and very challenging and more motivation you required ,, in that form the effect is knowing much better who you are. ( developing and learning by doing). I must say both have a career growth it all depends on individual the comfortable way.
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@nomus24g (24913)
• India
9 Jan 17
Confusing post