Because they might have taken the job just for the money oe they might have had different expectations while taking the job.
Here are a few reasons why one might hate his/her job:
- low paid
- boring/unsatisfying/unchallenging work
- no room for advancement
- high stress
- difficult coworkers
Because they're not nine anymore, they'll have anamostity because they let others expectations define who they are.
What i have experienced in my life is that more then 80% of people are not in the profession in which they should be, they are in there profession either due to monetary benefit or they had no other choice.A person who should be in working in arts is working in science or a person who wants to be in defense sector is doing his own business etc. and when you are not happy doing whatever you are doing even if earnings are good, it makes you hate that profession sooner or later
because they are tired of doing the same thing at the particular time and wish they could just get up and change
Most people choose jobs that lets them do things that they love for example if you love cooking you would become a chef and it would be great for a while but then it becomes the norm. Life is better when every thing is in moderation and to have a job which is varied keeps us interested for longer.
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