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Do You Really Love Your Job?

i loved my job , but now i'm getting sick of sitting in front of a computer screen for endless hours. I'd rather be in the film industry moving from location to location. I'm tired.

if money wasn't a factor [would you still be doing your job?]

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I am an accountant I like it but not love,  I wish I had my own business and be the M.D so long it generates good income. moreso I LOVE FREEDOM.

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i love working but i dont have a job yet

am stay goin gto school

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oh hell no! my job sucks! i work at a fast food restaurant n it's crazy in there!!!!!!!! standing on ur feet for 8-9pm with a lil' break in between all dat work for 6.50 an hour dat sucks!!!!!!

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when i got my present job, i felt like i had finally arrived but with each passing day i get to undastand it is a different pix from what u c outside with that the motivation is longer there. i haave cum to brace my self to c d positive and negative side of my job.

to answer the question I HATE AND LOVE MY JOB

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I do really love my job!

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I love the business of logistics and SCM, but I can't practice the core of this profession in my present location, because all the white guys get the really serious aspect of the business, also the salary sucks, and the HR policies are  poor ,unjust and unfavourable. The job take over 10hrs of my time for 6 days of the week… don’t mind working long hours, but I rather do this in a job function I prefare and like, whats more the pay should  be worth it.

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I like my job. It pays well and allows me to work from home sometimes. But if money were not an issue, i would probably be a teacher, that's where my passion lies.

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I love me job with a passion. One reason is because it is a multi-national where there are procedures for everything. I get all is due me and even some that I don't expect. we have a very vibrant UNION that have made our management reverse one or two anti-people decisions in the past. Our standard here is comparable to any of our branches in any part of the world. I guess I am opportuned!

All said and done, I still feel bad because of the society in which I have found myself. I can't run my generator the way I want because I know I would be exposing my status. Can't buy the kind car I desire because I would need an armed mobile policeman for security. When you feel fulfilled in the midst of the hungry, JUST KNOW THAT YOUR EXISTENCE IS THREATENED. I pray that God will give us a leader/leadership that would be able to transform Nigeria so that the average man on the street can have a good source of income, shelter, food, clean water, electricity, security, etc,

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really love my job? nah,

making do with it coz ive got some breezing internet access? oh yes.

if i did not have internet access? would i be here? hell no.

my profession is not in this nigerian picture: myself in a laboratory, wizzing around the 4-corners of my office in a rolling-chair, checking books and manuals, and trying to come up with a transistor with just 2-terminals. If I can do that, every electronic equipment can be reduced by 50% in size. Then ive arrived.

till then, im still here in NL.

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I loved my profession so much but now, i can't say that with my hand on my chest. Still love it but not as much as i used to. Thinking seriously of doing something about it. And my present job, i don't think i can hate it enuff. I'm there cuz i have to be, would soon get the hell outta there.

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Hey people!, Nice to hear what you all had to say about your jobs.

I was thinking the same way most of you guys were until a few days ago. If you really want to do something for yourself, use your brain. I don't mean to sound rough especially on those that aren't happy with what they are doing (don't forget I was thinking the same way until a few days ago). I would recommend you guys to go and get yourself a copy of that book - Rich Dad, Poor Dad. If you can get the audio CD, then do so. Don't work for money. Make your money work for you. I picked up a few tips there and I can tell you, I am not waiting until that BIG break we are all waiting for anymore. I am making it happen. Every day counts. Find a reason why you don't want to be an average person and form a personal program to get out of it. Then stick to it. Its no magic but you will find yourself waking up everyday looking forward to the challenges and opportunities the day holds and also the opportunity to use your mind positively for yourself. You are presently on that job because somebody needed someone more intelligent that they are.So if you think you are better than your boss, you are probably right!!!! Thats the reason you were employed in the first place. But please don't forget that the same way you are thinking of leaving that job, is the same way someone else is praying hard for it. And for those of you that love your job, do the same, make your money work for you, So There! Its all in your hands folks, Use the 'Grey Matter'. All the very best.

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I like my Job. Indeed it has afforded my the avenue of meeting different shades of people with diverse cultures and ideologies. I am also opportuned to understand a lot of the theoretical arguments that exist in such fields as management, psychology, accounting and taxation.

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I like the industry but not where I work. You can only love where I work if you are a gossip. You will get all the encouragement from the boss if you become one of his "minister of information". I am still there up till now because I like the money but am not happy. I am really thinking of quitting in the next 2 or 3 months. I want to set up something of my own and watch it grow with the help of God.

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NO sir! i do not love my job. the only reason i do the job is because i dont have a choice cos i need the money. lately i have been feeling like i'm wasting away my whole life. seriously thinking of a carreer change. will do something about it soon!

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If i had a job i woulda decided whether i love it or not

but for now i have to love my exams

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hello,

Though my job takes 80% of my time but all things been equal I still love it with passion.

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Yeah Men!

I have to say I love my Job a lot. I work with Mad cool people and i have tried to quit for the last two years and i have not been able to leave my co-workers. It is a small firm with 25 Employees and a great owner. We hit our Numbers for last year, and went on a trip to Niagara Falls, limo and all expenses paid. I am the Only Minority that works there, but i do not even remember that, when i am at work and the great benefits also make the job fun. Yeah i have to say i love it a lot.

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I used to love the industry I'm working in until lately, when i started losing enthusiasm fast! Just changed jobs yet, I still feel empty.

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There are days when I want to abandon my duty as a forum administrator, but then I remember that this forum is my only productive venture. So here I am posting on the forum and moderating whether or not I find it interesting!

Do I really love my job? Well I love 60% of it! One day I'll dump it on someone else.

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