I’m bored in my job that pays the best. In the past, I’ve been a cashier at a coffee shop and a food clerk at a bakery. I’ve never done anything particularly demanding at either of those jobs. It’s just something that pays well.
I like my job, but it is not a job I would want to do again for a while. The pay and benefits I’ve received in my previous jobs were good enough that I couldn’t see myself doing anything else. The only time I might consider taking a job that pays well again is if it was a job I enjoyed. It might be worth the gamble to see if I can come up with something else that interests me.
When you’re young you see so many opportunities to make a living. After you’re older though your choices are more limited. The only company I’ve been on for 10 years is an old-timer that makes a living out of selling parts for cars. It’s a job I love and it’s hard to leave.
I do enjoy making a living, but it’s not the kind of job I see myself doing again. I don’t think its the kind of job my friends would recommend and I do not see myself using computers unless I absolutely have to. I think I could be good at the computer if I wanted to, but I’m just not passionate about it. I dont mind the computer if I have to, but I dont know. Ive been told I wouldnt get bored at work.
I agree, but then again I’ve never been offered a job that pays well. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t bored at work. I do enjoy the paycheck though, and I’m glad that I was offered a job that paid well because I would have probably left it eventually anyways.
You may be bored at work, but you may also have a job that pays you a good living. If you can’t afford your own place, you may have to find a friend, a relative, or a family member to rent for you for a little while. Some people will even find a part-time job, working for a friend or for family. In that case, you’ll be able to save enough money to live on.
While many people are still considering the idea of leaving their job, there are a handful of people who are very happy with their job. In a recent survey of more than 500,000 people, 43% of respondents said they were “very happy” with their jobs, with 22% reporting that they were “somewhat” or “not at all” happy with their jobs.
This survey doesn’t look at the “quality” of work (i.e., if they were paid too much), but rather the amount of money their boss made them pay them, the quality of their work, and how long they had been at that job. The results clearly show that there are plenty of people with very happy jobs and others in the former camp.
This survey shows that there are plenty of people who are satisfied with their jobs but a few who are not. We feel that this is a matter of individual judgement and that a person who spends a lot of time, money, and effort to make their job stand out will be rewarded with a nice little check every month.
If they pay the price of a job and the quality of their work and the price for their work, then they will be rewarded with a nice check every month.