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How To Endure A Non-Rewarding Job

Life would be great if everyone could spend each and every working day doing something they love. Sadly, job satis...

How To Endure A Non-Rewarding Job

Life would be great if everyone could spend each and every working day doing something they love.

 

Sadly, job satisfaction is elusive for many. We live in tough economic times, and sometimes it’s necessary to do a job as a “means to an end” and a way to pay the bills.

 

There’s no need to despair, however. There are a few ways to make a less-than-perfect job a little more rewarding—just consider the points below:

 

Do your very best

OK, so your job may not be very interesting, or may not play to your strengths. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it to the best of your ability.

 

If you’re shifting boxes in a warehouse, do it quickly and treat it as a workout: At least you’re getting fit! Even if you’re doing dull data entry work, you can work to constantly improve your typing speed and PC skills.

 

The alternative is to watch the clock and let things get you down. The first option is far more productive and far less depressing.

 

 

Constantly look for something better

There’s nothing to say that your unsatisfying job will last forever. Even if doing your best doesn’t lead to a promotion, you can still boost your spirits by checking new job listings each day.

 

As Thomas Edison said, “our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”

 

Keep learning

If you’re not doing your dream job, then at least devote some of your spare time to doing things that move you closer to your goals. Study online, sign up for a college course, or consider volunteering in your spare time. Do anything you can to move closer to your dream career.

 

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