Money is a very important factor. But until and unless we do our work well we are unable to earn from it, and we can only do our work well when we love them. So for me I love my job and I am happy with the money.
I love money because I love bacon and coffee. I don't care if I love my job or not so long as it can afford me my bread and butter. I am a very flexible person. The moment I begin to anchor my identity and self-esteem on my outputs, that is also the moment I begin to love the job of any type.
by Brittany Kennedy 11 years ago
If money wasn't an issue, what would your dream job be?I think I would like to open up a book store, zoo or a museum. What's your dream job?
by Lisa 10 years ago
How dependent are you on Spell Check?Seeing made up words and misspellings all over HubPages made me wonder how dependent most people are on spell check. I do just fine checking my own work and using a dictionary (although I know I'm not perfect). I also know there are those who type their work...
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