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Marketing Me! Four Ways to make a Bad Job Good

Here is the link.

The article makes four suggestions to improve your work place when you are not happy at work.

* Make a friend at work.
* Decrease your work time by moving closer to work.
* Know when it is not about your job (it is you with the problem).
* Do good deeds.

Alrighty then. It's Friday and I want to get on with my weekend so I will keep this short.

If your job is "bad", there is one solution. One. 1.

* Find a new job and quit the bad one.

This article suggests..

1) That bad job is the only employment option you have. There is no hope.

2) Making friends makes any place bearable. Even a concentration camp or prison.

3) Move closer. Who cares about neighborhoods, pricing, your children, let's cram everyone and their jobs into one cracker box and call it Big Happy!

4) It's your fault. You will never be happy. Work is freedom. Get professional help.

5) Do good deeds. You are unhappy at work because you are a bad person. Give service and serve others you evil worker.

No thanks.

2 comments:

James said...

Sometimes, it is just a plain bad job and there is nothing you can do.
Better to find something you can enjoy, as hard as it may be to change.

Jack said...

James thanks for your input.
I read the original article and was blown away by the lack of a simple suggestion: Quit. Shortsighted in my book.

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