About the Test: Do you have the right job?
Many people spend the majority of their day at work, often spending more time with colleagues than family members. So do you have a job that's right for you and worth giving so much time for or should you be looking for something else?
Job is a half life.
Working takes an important place in our lives. How well we feel at work and how much fun we have in the job depends on various factors. Colleagues, the actual post, the boss and the wage play a large role. It is rare that all these factors are perfect. Almost everyone has to compromise. But how great have these compromises to be? We must not forget that there are in addition to the work still other important things in life - such as a partner, children, relatives and friends who feel neglected in this situation. Sure, you can do the work for hobby and also deal in leisure time with things, but remember, that every person needs some changes in its life. That is, why every person should find a suitable work-life balance between its working and its private life. It is important to separate these two lives from each other: So, switch off after work and think about other things.
Dream job? How can you define it really? It is not so easy. For each person the criteria are different. Since we spend more time with colleagues than with the partner, family or our friends, we should probably feel very well at work. So that's why everyone wants to have a dream job which also makes fun and joy. For many people their success in job is their satisfaction and the self-realization. The good working environment, the opportunity to realize his own ideas, satisfaction and recognition from the boss may be the most important criteria for the well-being of each employee.
We remain with the statement: Who would not like to have a dream job with friendly colleagues, a sympathetic boss, flexible working hours, a short way to work, a good canteen .... Each has other priorities.
Bad job? Change it!
If the compromises that must be defered to in work are too big and let the negative factors dominate, each employee should think seriously, how he can make his current job situation better. If the self-modifiable factors don’t lead to any improvement in the overall situation, a disgruntled employee should consider a job change into consideration. The dissatisfaction with the job and the situation in general, could lead to permanent bad mood, and even to deep depressions. Such a situation is not "healthy." When you have selected the right job, you don’t have to work any day in your life!