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The Key To Happiness At Work

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The Key To Happiness At Work

We spend so much of our lives at work that it’s important we find happiness while their. Unfortunately, boring, stressful and tedious jobs can take their toll and many people find their time at work more miserable than happy. So how can you find happiness at work?

Well, there are a few things you can change if you are still not in a long-term career position. For example, 17% more self-employed people report being happy at work than those working in more traditional full-time positions. Additionally, florists report more happiness at work than employees in any other industry.

If you’re already in a long-term career position though, you can still improve your happiness at work in a number of ways. For example, florists are so happy because they feel their skills are used every day, they feel their work is worthwhile and useful, and because they feel appreciated. Improve these factors in your workplace and you too could start feeling a lot more happiness at work.

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    Original Source –Die Karriere Bibel

     

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