What are the things that the most satisfying jobs have in common?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Lennon Roach



What are the things that the most satisfying jobs have in common?

In reality, it is very difficult to find satisfying jobs. Ok, let's see below on how to find some common things ...

  1. That kind of job makes us feel like a good performer of the job.
  2. Most satisfying jobs provide the foundation for optimism and being a career fanatic.
  3. A sense of accomplishment and having our identity successful in the social structure.
  4. Feelings of joy and happiness rather than a feeling of boredom or stress.
  5. Provide inspiration to work hard and try harder to move up the hierarchical ladder. Please share any stories that might inspire you or others in the space.
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In reality, it is very difficult to find satisfying jobs. Ok, let's see below on how to find some common things ...

  1. That kind of job makes us feel like a good performer of the job.
  2. Most satisfying jobs provide the foundation for optimism and being a career fanatic.
  3. A sense of accomplishment and having our identity successful in the social structure.
  4. Feelings of joy and happiness rather than a feeling of boredom or stress.
  5. Provide inspiration to work hard and try harder to move up the hierarchical ladder. Share any story that might inspire you or others in space, a story that inspires you. You are welcome to share.

I would say that the main aspect that makes a job satisfying is "if you get paid really well or if you are doing a job that you love." If you have both, that is the most satisfying job.

Some other common things are

  1. Flexible working hours

2. Nice work environment, friendly colleagues and bosses

3. Recognition when you have done your job well

4. Walks and increments according to schedule.

5. Reach for more information, which helps to improve your career graph.

6. Outings, extracurricular activities to relieve pressure.

People are most satisfied when their jobs provide autonomy, direct feedback on the results of their work, and harmony with their own values.

Although being in a rat race of professional growth and competition is driving you crazy, there comes a time when it hurts inside and in that moment of detachment this question begins to take shape, what am I doing with my life, what is it? Your purpose, are there ways to earn a living that also serve a bigger and better purpose?

Numerous studies and surveys have been conducted on this topic. And they show more or less the same results. These surveys are not to belittle the purpose of any job. Each person in their own job or trade is fulfilling a purpose, it may be the purpose of their boss, their b

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Although being in a rat race of professional growth and competition is driving you crazy, there comes a time when it hurts inside and in that moment of detachment this question begins to take shape, what am I doing with my life, what is it? Your purpose, are there ways to earn a living that also serve a bigger and better purpose?

Numerous studies and surveys have been conducted on this topic. And they show more or less the same results. These surveys are not to belittle the purpose of any job. Each person in their own job or trade is fulfilling a purpose, it may be the purpose of their boss, that of their boss's boss, their financial well-being, the purpose of their country, religion, or the purpose of humanity. However, in most surveys, subsequent jobs have been found to confer a great sense of purpose and satisfaction.

  1. Clergy or religious priests: Most of this group believe that their life is being selflessly used for a higher purpose of alleviating pain and suffering for large numbers of people. They are believed to bring hope and strength to the people they connect with.
  2. Welfare workers: They seem to derive immense satisfaction from alleviating the pain and suffering of human beings who need more help.
  3. Surgeons - restore health and allow people to regain their life or lifestyle; and there is good money.
  4. Kindergarten Teachers: The money may not be that great, but they are shaking the lives of the most beautiful human beings. It is a pleasure to be in the company of unconditioned souls who are pure joy and happiness.
  5. Language Teachers - I'm not sure which ones are at the top of this list, but I guess it's because they are providing a means for students to express themselves, explore and make sense of their identity and environment in this ever-confusing world.

The list can go on, but at the bottom of the list very often there are roles like insurance salesman, used car salesman, and rental clerk. I'll let you find and explanations for those, if you really want to find them.

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Okay, I'll try to keep this simple. I work in the Human Resources field and I currently have 3 years of work experience. I work with a manufacturing company (MNC) in India. Before mentioning the pros and cons of my job, I would like to say that no job is perfect and that there will hardly be someone who says they like 100% of its functions.

Most Satisfactory Aspects: -

  • The opportunity to interact and support the people, the employees that make up an organization.
  • Learn something new every day, be it union practices, amendments to labor laws, best human resources practices,
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Okay, I'll try to keep this simple. I work in the Human Resources field and I currently have 3 years of work experience. I work with a manufacturing company (MNC) in India. Before mentioning the pros and cons of my job, I would like to say that no job is perfect and that there will hardly be someone who says they like 100% of its functions.

Most Satisfactory Aspects: -

  • The opportunity to interact and support the people, the employees that make up an organization.
  • Learn something new every day, whether it's union practices, labor law amendments, HR best practices, compensation benchmarking, behavioral training, etc.
  • Network and work together with other colleagues
  • Ability to make certain decisions that positively impact the organization
  • Motivate employees to perform and be their best, even in an adverse market or economic environment.
  • Be part of various employee benefit and participation schemes
  • Much more

Less satisfactory aspects:

  • Repeated use of MS Excel and MS Powerpoint. You just can't work without wearing these. Without a doubt, they are mandatory. But an Excel overdose can lead to monotony.
  • Dealing with the egos and nuances of some employees, usually at the upper levels of the corporate ladder. This can often be a pain.
  • Repeated follow-up to get your job done, especially when you're relying on other people to get it done. And another coordination
  • Various small, time-consuming jobs that rarely add value yet still need to be done. You will often wonder, "Why am I doing this or that job that should be done by someone else, or is not even related to my field of work?"
  • Try to stay positive in a negative environment (as long as there is one) and motivate yourself to do the same job over and over again.
  • Frustration when you cannot find the solution to a particular problem and when there is no one to help you either.
  • A little more

A bit surprised that this question doesn't have more answers, so I decided to answer myself.

Several years ago I took a security job at a new company that had a contract with Rite aid. The job was close to minimum wage at the time, which was a big pay cut for me, but the store was also close enough to my house that I could take the bus instead of driving my junk car. I ended up immediately regretting taking it as soon as I got to work.

When I got there, I discovered that there was no one to train me and I ended up making up almost everything on the spot. The only appearance of training t

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A bit surprised that this question doesn't have more answers, so I decided to answer myself.

Several years ago I took a security job at a new company that had a contract with Rite aid. The job was close to minimum wage at the time, which was a big pay cut for me, but the store was also close enough to my house that I could take the bus instead of driving my junk car. I ended up immediately regretting taking it as soon as I got to work.

When I got there, I discovered that there was no one to train me and I ended up making up almost everything on the spot. The only semblance of training I received came from the store's undercover loss prevention officer, but it wasn't much and this wasn't his job anyway. So for the next few hours I did what I could and then left for when my time was up. The same thing happened the next day.

Then after those 2 days the business owner called me and gave me a new assignment that would have been about 45 minutes to an hour from me. I guess he thought that since he had a car, he wouldn't have a problem driving there, but it wasn't really worth the money, so I said no. Obviously he wasn't expecting that, but he still tried to play the "boss" role and made me go. We were back and forth for a minute before he tried to threaten to fire me and said "Well, if you don't show up upstairs, you don't have a job."

Then I said, "Okay. I'll just quit." He automatically lost it completely and begged me to stay, but since I felt insulted at this point, I told him to leave. After that, I called some of the other people who were hired with me, told them everything that had happened, and recommended that they get something else. At least one of them did. In time, everyone else did too.

A year later I realized that I was no longer seeing ads for the job. Then I googled the business and found a phone number. As curiosity got the best of me, I called him and found he was offline, so I can say the company closed.

If I had to reduce it to just one thing, it would be difficult. The pool table, the ping pong table, the Frisbee golf course behind our building, the soccer field across the parking lot, the basketball court behind our wellness center, the Freestyle Coke machine in our lounge. Rest and the coffee bar (though I don't drink coffee) are all nice perks, but none of them are really "satisfying."

For me, it is time to go back. I earn a solid salary and have decent benefits, but I also get 37 paid days off per year (plus 5 paid days off to volunteer, plus 11 holidays and 2 half holidays) and I enjoy flexible hours.

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If I had to reduce it to just one thing, it would be difficult. The pool table, the ping pong table, the Frisbee golf course behind our building, the soccer field across the parking lot, the basketball court behind our wellness center, the Freestyle Coke machine in our lounge. Rest and the coffee bar (though I don't drink coffee) are all nice perks, but none of them are really "satisfying."

For me, it is time to go back. I earn a solid salary and have decent benefits, but I also get 37 paid days off per year (plus 5 paid days off to volunteer, plus 11 holidays and 2 half-holidays) and I enjoy flexible hours that allow for remote work and early / late. arrival / departure to accommodate an errand you might have to run during the day. I did the math once, and the time benefit I get compared to my last job is something like 1,000 hours less per year than I have to be at work or in the car traveling. Not all software engineering jobs have this, but many have something similar.

Along with this is job / market security. If you are good at what you do, you will always have the opportunity to take those skills elsewhere. During the worst job market in years (2008-2010) I left a job because conditions had worsened and I found a new job without problems. When the company was bought and conditions worsened, I found another job in a couple of weeks. When that job went south, I found another job relatively easily, and I've been there for 9 years.

Two meals a day, a satisfactory bed to sleep in, and clean water to drink can make humans feel satisfied.

After passing out from NIT SURAT in June 2014.

I thought about moving out of India after my entry as Manager in November 2014, but due to unavoidable circumstances and financial constraints, I was unable to go ahead to get an MBA.

My father suffered from heart problems in the meantime, so I decided to stay behind. I was in a marketing job at the Pidilite Industries posted in Jodhpur. I had to drive a motorcycle all day and I didn't like to ride that much, I didn't like that job, so I left that place and started

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Two meals a day, a satisfactory bed to sleep in, and clean water to drink can make humans feel satisfied.

After passing out from NIT SURAT in June 2014.

I thought about moving out of India after my entry as Manager in November 2014, but due to unavoidable circumstances and financial constraints, I was unable to go ahead to get an MBA.

My father suffered from heart problems in the meantime, so I decided to stay behind. I was in a marketing job at the Pidilite Industries posted in Jodhpur. I had to drive a motorcycle all day and I didn't like to ride that much. I didn't like that job, so I left the place and started teaching at a school in a remote area of ​​Barmer (Rajasthan district on the border with Pakistan).

I taught there for 3 years, then cirrhosis of the liver hit me and I was on bed rest for a year and a half.

After recovery, he had no work available, just nothing for a few months. I applied for several jobs, luckily I got one in a CSR company.

There I also had a function mainly related to teaching.

Meanwhile, I started preparing for UPSC. Near my PG, several construction workers live in temporary houses.

The children in these temporary homes are so excited about their events that it saddens me to see their condition. But their smile shines so bright that I think my worries are nothing in front of them. I teach them for an hour or two. Some of my friends are working in Silicon Valley in the US and they enjoy the luxuries in life.

One of my students will pass out from IIT Kharagpur civil engg in 2021. And three from different AIIMS Rishikesh, JIPMER medical colleges in 2022 (from my teaching period at Barmer).

But I am happier than in the past. Time has been so hard that I feel so happy to have passed it with such grace.

I will definitely make these children's lives happier and more fulfilling as a teacher and as a human being.

I may not be as successful as my friends, but I am definitely pleased with myself.

To be happy you don't need money ...

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Over the years I have had different jobs and many rewarding moments. It is very difficult for me to choose a specific moment.

In my most recent work, I think I could point to a couple.

First, my job was to attract new customers through marketing. During my time at that job, the company had to secure additional office space and it completely changed the way it operated due to the increase in business that it experienced during my time there. I guess then, learning that a new office space was needed made me very happy.

Second, probably the first time I saved a lawyer's license by representing them in front of the office.

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Over the years I have had different jobs and many rewarding moments. It is very difficult for me to choose a specific moment.

In my most recent work, I think I could point to a couple.

First, my job was to attract new customers through marketing. During my time at that job, the company had to secure additional office space and it completely changed the way it operated due to the increase in business that it experienced during my time there. I guess then, learning that a new office space was needed made me very happy.

Second, probably the first time I saved a lawyer's license by representing them before the Pennsylvania disciplinary board.

However, I must tell you that my happiest moments have nothing to do with my formal jobs. My happiest and proudest moments involve when I stood up to people who were anti-gay protesting the screening of a movie about the suicide of a young gay man. I was a leader in efforts to help the community, both gay and straight, confront these bigots.

For professional satisfaction, the most important thing is how you want to be satisfied while moving forward in your life. Satisfaction comes when you choose the field according to your desire. Are people and parents happy with your decision and is your soul satisfied with what you have chosen as the path to build your career?

Choosing a career is the most important decision of your life, since your whole life depends on what you choose. Your selection is your decision, but that should not hinder the growth of anyone in your family. Therefore, always choose wisely, never depend on the short-term goal. Life is b

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For professional satisfaction, the most important thing is how you want to be satisfied while moving forward in your life. Satisfaction comes when you choose the field according to your desire. Are people and parents happy with your decision and is your soul satisfied with what you have chosen as the path to build your career?

Choosing a career is the most important decision of your life, since your whole life depends on what you choose. Your selection is your decision, but that should not hinder the growth of anyone in your family. Therefore, always choose wisely, never depend on the short-term goal. Life is great and for that you have to be sharp and creative.

To sleep. I dream very, very deep. I find it extremely satisfying. Simply because I used to try to stay awake to read, write, and edit.

Later I realized that it is the least healthy way to work. Not only that, I felt like the work I created was not top-notch.

I would have produced better quality work with a well-rested mind and body.

I am a tea lover and would drink a lot of cups to keep myself awake. Not realizing that staying awake is not the same as being very productive.

Good quality, deep sleep is very important.

  1. The race that satisfies your heart.
  2. The career you love
  3. The career you are best at.
  4. The career where you think you can do better than others.
  5. The race that keeps you burning.
  6. The race that fuels your endless passion.
  7. The career that is your third priority (AFTER YOUR PARENTS).
  8. The career you will never commit to.
  9. The race that has the ability to wake you up at 5 in the morning.
  10. The race where you will never feel like taking a vacation.
  11. Finally, the career that makes you money :)

(HUH EVERYONE WANTS MONEY)

AND HOW TO FIND SUCH A CAREER …………….

ASK ME

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  1. The race that satisfies your heart.
  2. The career you love
  3. The career you are best at.
  4. The career where you think you can do better than others.
  5. The race that keeps you burning.
  6. The race that fuels your endless passion.
  7. The career that is your third priority (AFTER YOUR PARENTS).
  8. The career you will never commit to.
  9. The race that has the ability to wake you up at 5 in the morning.
  10. The race where you will never feel like taking a vacation.
  11. Finally, the career that makes you money :)

(HUH EVERYONE WANTS MONEY)

AND HOW TO FIND SUCH A CAREER …………….

ASK ME ?????

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