- Pages 17
- Chapters 19
- Format iBook
Studies show that very few people just love their jobs. Every job is different and every employee has different reasons for not getting the most out of their job.
Keep an open mind about possible solutions for your problem. Think it through, communicate with your co-workers and employer, and be ready to change your attitude. You might even discover that your job is not as bad as you once thought.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Take this Job and... 04
- Assess this Mess 05
- Money, Money, Money 06
- Boring 08
- Jeez She Sure is Rude 10
- The Boss Really is an Idiot 11
- Busy Bee 13
- Conclusion 16
Excerpt from the eBookSo, you hate your job and you are looking for strategies to survive. Or maybe, you don’t really hate your job; it’s just that you frequently find your mind wandering at times—like every minute of the day. Maybe you are at your wits’ end. How will you get through another week without losing your mind?
Hey, don’t feel bad, most people are in the same boat; studies show that very few people just love their jobs. So what do you do now; are you stuck being bored and unhappy at work every day for the rest of your life? It’s possible, but all is not lost. Let’s discuss a few strategies for successfully living through the employment blues.
Not all of these strategies will work for you. Every job is different and every employee has different reasons for not getting the most out of their job. Face it, some jobs really are awful, and some employers really are as grasping, selfish, and slack-witted as those bosses in the Sunday funny papers. So make sure that you try the methods that you feel most comfortable with, and remember that a convenience clerk might have a few options that a police officer might not. In other words, your mileage may vary.
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