February 28, 2014

Dream Job.

"We spend only 27% of our life working". Therefore, it is important to find a job which will make you feel happy everyday. I am sure we all know people who are happy when the holidays begin and then extremely unhappy when they realize they have to go to work in a day or two. But I also know another group of people (even though they are a minority) who love what they do and enthusiastic when they talk about their job. I think those people are the blessed ones. We live only once, why shouldn't we do something we admire? Obviously, if you don't like your job, you will not fully contribute in it. All you will think about is the end of the working day. So it is not beneficious for anyone, neither for the company nor for you. It can take years until a you understand what you want to do, and then find the strength to quit a job you hate, although you are highly paid. Our demands make often make us think about money, but is that worth it?

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  1. Sue

    I think if you work for the NHS you will invariably admire what you do. The only real exception is if you are a person who has got to the top by trampling all over others. Thankfully, this is the exception rather than the rule.

    Another thing that is quite admirable is taking part in a marathon for charity. Do not worry if it is only a half marathon this is still very worthwhile.

    28 Feb 2014, 12:08

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