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Job Satisfaction

Interesting post by Andy Leonard.

I'll add in my two cents that you should seek happiness and satisfaction in your job. I totally understand that people get caught in situations, have responsbilities, obligations, and financial reasons for taking or keeping a job, but that should be a short term thing. Keep your eye on what makes you happy and helps you enjoy life.

And if you are stuck in a job you don't like, be sure that you make the rest of your life better to compensate. Spend more time on a hobby, family, take more long weekends, etc. to be sure that you don't overload yourself with stress over a bad job.


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