What is better to make more money or to be happy with your job?
Be happy with your job. You'll be surprised how little you need to survive.
To be happy with your job...you spend a huge chunk of your life there, if that's miserable then what good is that extra money?
For me the simple answer is that it is better to be happy with your job. How much money you make has nothing to do with the kind of lifestyle you ultimately can lead. If you know what to do with money, a little bit goes a long way.
Happiness in your job is everything. If you are unhappy in your job, it will create stress and your happiness outside of work will also suffer.
I think I would rather enjoy getting up in the moring to go to a job i liked than dread each day and have alot of money
Being happy with your job is more important. The stress you endure from a job you dislike can shorten your life.
To be happy with your job is more important. Money is a material thing, happiness should be put first, unless there are other reasons you don't like your job.
As long as you can pay your bills and save/invest in your future, then choose the career that you'll love.
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