Who says the dream job does not exist? All you have to figure out is to think of all the small details that would make your job go from good to terrific.
Here is some stuff you have probably not thought would be able to affect your choice but still they may make you wanna change your mind about your traditional priorities like salary and prestige. Let’s have a quick look and see if you are on board.
It has to be good for your health
A job that does not constantly demand your interaction with the laptop and still pays well is not easy to find. The jobs that give you the opportunity to get up from the chair go to the open air and have even the smallest relationship with nature are very important. Especially if the physical workout is a part of the job this means you can combine work with the care of your body and health.
Can you imagine how much time you can save from your daily routine if you can combine these two together? Besides, not a few are the professions that can do that. Trainers and farmers are only some of the examples where people work with their bodies, keep in shape, and get paid for that.
Providing real value to the world
Working for people is priceless and being able to make a difference is so important for your inner peace. Jobs that give you space to produce a useful piece of work are certainly going to make you happy. It is this sense of offer that true givers enjoy and sometimes they seek for in their lives. Scientists, doctors, and teachers are real givers and they are being appreciated for that.
Their contribution to society does not only make them happy but also allows them to receive the positive feedback of the majority of the population. It is people who are in need. Consider being a parent and having to send your kid to a place where it will spend half of its day. Won’t you want the teacher to be a good person to help your child? The same thing applies to doctors that people trust their health to them and so on.
Working with people
We all know that the new trend is working from the comfort of your home in remote work and of course, the advantages of this condition are numerous. However, people who have stayed home for a long time have to report that being in a working environment with colleagues and friends around them is something they have missed.
The situation where the employee is working in an office can often be fun. People have the chance to go to work and say ”Goodmorning” to a bunch of people with whom they may be friends. A positive atmosphere in the workplace is vital. Colleagues are often the people that you socialize with after work and are likely to be the company with whom you will get a beer after work or the ones you will invite at your place for the barbeque on weekends.
Many people cannot realize the importance of this aspect because they have not worked alone for a serious period of time but trust us it can affect your mood in so many ways.
Being challenging but not difficult
Research has shown that people are most happy when they have to accomplish a task that needs some effort but is still something they can do. In other words, it has to be hard but not too much. Actually, according to the research it only has to be difficult up to a 4% in order to keep your focus but not make you disappointed.
This is commonly expressed in job descriptions when employers suggest that the members of their team are supposed to learn stuff and evolve during their stay in the company.
The ability to learn and become better gives a note of ambition to the job that at some point will prove not only essential but necessary. Apart from helping others, we all want to help ourselves too and this is a perfect example of this process.
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