Essay 3, Draft 1
Each of us sometimes ever questions why we give so much time, skill and energy to our current job. Job satisfaction is rarely measured by the size of the paycheck. Highway construction site flag men and workers on garbage trucks perform important duties that some of us would not want to do for more than a summer job. They find their jobs rewarding and fulfilling because they recognize that they play important roles in society. In an office environment, opportunities for advancement and recognition of each individual's contributions and talents are big influences on whether a job is fulfilling. The less stress there is, the better, but most men will accept a certain amount of pressure if they feel recognized and respected. How well an employee relates to the company's leadership style and corporate values are also key factors in job satisfaction. Fair rewards in terms of salary and benefits, good working conditions and appropriate employee empowerment are all strong motivators that promote job satisfaction. When it's a real struggle getting up every day, it could be an indicator that you're stressed, burnt out or unfulfilled. If you're dragging yourself out of bed in the morning and it's not because you stayed up too late or partied too hard, your body and brain may be trying to tell you something. Good working conditions, the relationship of a team environment and duties you enjoy will make it more fun to go to work. Feeling inspired and energized by your boss and the company's leadership is even better. You cannot have executive rights in an entry-level position. You leave a job suddenly before it is finished for someone else because you don't have as much time off as you'd like, would be irresponsible and immature. Even though you have education, enthusiasm and energy on your side, you still need to work your way up the stages by earning respect and proving yourself. Employers who are always being positive are usually the...
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