Do you love your job?

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  1. navneetjha profile image75
    navneetjhaposted 5 years ago

    Do you love your job?

    Most of us are not satisfied with your job. Are you?

  2. nisargmehta profile image81
    nisargmehtaposted 5 years ago

    Certainly yes. I am working as a freelance professional. So I am not restricted to any one company and there by time. I work for a few hours and earn enough monthly. I also have a choice to add one more company for more income. Adding to it rest of the time I am free to enjoy my family life and also do research for more knowledge and information regarding advancement in my field for betterment. It does take time to settle down but such time spent with the help of patience is worth. Ultimately, I am happy with the path I have chosen and the way I am working. smile
    I am doing what I love and love what I am doing.

  3. Muhammad Asif Jav profile image58
    Muhammad Asif Javposted 5 years ago

    It is recommended by career consultants to find a job which is lovable for you. I read an article in which writer introduces an interesting term "wana be". He said that some times we really want to be someone which really doesn't match with our personality and skills. A lovable job can be defined as: which is interesting and at the same time matches with skills, education and natural talent.

  4. executivecatering profile image79
    executivecateringposted 5 years ago

    yes and no, I like my job but it's very long hours and we have just had our first child so it would be good to have more time to spend with my family but this is not possible with what I currently do for a living so I am planning a new direction.

  5. lburmaster profile image81
    lburmasterposted 5 years ago

    I enjoy my job, but love it? Not entirely. As a swim instructor, sometimes the children cry, pout, fight, or try to be in charge and I have to put them in their place. It's not always fun but it is nice and enjoyable to see them progress.

  6. Goody5 profile image62
    Goody5posted 5 years ago

    Good question! I really enjoyed my job at first, but several layoffs knocked that out of me. Now I'm just there simply for the money, which in today's economy is fairly decent. I do however have some great as well as funny co-workers, which helps the day move along. A matter of fact several of my hubs include our adventures at work, and many of my co-workers stop by the hub pages just to read about themselves. Two of my co-workers for a short time even joined the hub pages themselves. Keep on hubbing!

 
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