As my parents said, "Nobody goes to work because they enjoy it. They have to go to work though as they have bills to pay. How many people actually enjoy working at McDonalds? If they got to leave, they would all leave."
I work for Woolworths in Australia, both at the Deli and as a Cashier.
I genuinely enjoy it. It's a good environment and the shifts aren't too long and my pay is 24$ an hour, under probation rates. Only problem is I'm not attached to the roster yet, so I only get a call once a week to come in and work shifts, but that should change soon.
It's all about your outlook, son. If you enjoy the people you work with, you enjoy your job. If you enjoy the people you serve/greet/help, you enjoy your job.
It's taken me some time to learn that.
I work as a security guard and I very much enjoy it. I know it's weird but I've always wanted to be one.
Think about what you'd enjoy doing and try to find a job according to that.
Lol this is all bait, probably posted by the same troll with a different IP address. I mean, who the fuck enjoys going to work? If work was fun, people would go to work even if they weren't paid.
Even if you work in a field you love you will still hate it because it's work. That's why you get paid, because its shit.
I got my dream job (vet tech) and now I hate it because I'm forced to deal with shit coworkers and shitty clients and get told to do stupid shit when I can do far more productive things and my boss is an ass.
I only enjoy caring for the animals, which sadly I rarely get to do anymore because I unfortunately am the most competent at managing sterile and isolation areas.
So basically even of you find a job you love, you will eventually hate it after about a year.
They probably haven't worked in the same job for a while is my guess.
I've loved every job up until a year then just feel pretty over it.
I read somewhere the excitement and thrill of a job wears off after a year.
I'm this jaded asshole, but I guess just be prepared to enjoy your job off the bat but after a year or so realise that you will be kinda bummed and over it.
Doing something you truly enjoy makes it less miserable and will feel less like work.
But there's a reason you get paid, if it were that great you wouldn't be paid.
Good luck op.
The more you work, the more you begin to recognize the things you cannot tolerate. Then you'll be able to accept a mediocre job that FEELS pretty good compared to the others.
If you're a guy, work somewhere without a lot of women. I hate the fact that sexism is so natural to people but even the most egalitarian guys I know were happier when they switched from hormonal fast food to serious hard labor.
And there are people who think you are a stupid little shit. You clearly have mental issues. Don't you get enough validation from your parents? Why do you have to seek it on a Vietnamese flower arrangement board?
>there are people who think you are a stupid little shit
Nobody except you said it in this thread.
I want to post this, so why not? I dont get why anyway will pursue their passions as careers as every job will become shit with workplace politics, shitty management, stress, etc. Don't you agree?
I enjoy my job. It's a pretty good one too. However, would I still do it if I was given a livijg wage without having to work? Thats debatable.
Work can suck or work can be alright, but remember you can clock out at the end of your shift and do whatever you want.
I'm old enough to be your father, actually. I have a good job because I worked hard for it. I completed my studies, kept learning new skills, and became very desirable on the job market.
>If you're a guy, work somewhere without a lot of women
Fucking this. I used to work in an office with about 40% females. It's so different - I'm an Army officer now and so much happier. I don't really know how to put it into words but in an office with a load of females you just can't be yourself, everything is so curt and cordial and inter-colleague relationships just so sterile and clinical (especially with the women). If you say anything even slightly "out of line" i.e. not the accepted rhetoric or the wrong type of humour then you are ostracised.
I'm a programmer in the financial industry. I have a pretty relaxed, job, I get to create interesting stuff, and over the years I've been given more responsibility due to my skills (I lead a team now). It pays well too.
My best friend is a wildlife cameraman. He spends about 8 months of the year in exotic locations filming animals. He's currently in the Antarctic filming penguins. He gets paid extremely well and loves his job.
So no, its not a myth.
I work in a warehouse driving a fork lift truck and spend every day wanting to hang myself. My friends success makes my shitty job even harder to tolerate.
You won't like a job unless it involves you doing something you would do for free.
Cleaning up after others is something I hate yet both my jobs revolve entirely around that and I am a miserable motherfucker oh my god when I'm not drunk I wanna die so bad.
Well, I guess people get stuck in dead-end boring ass jobs, while still spewing this garbage, even to their children. Are you telling me it is impossible to be at your job and enjoy it? Pretty sure its just your parents lack of goals, lack of understanding of their interests, lack of ambition, etc. Should a job be 'fun' all of the time? Somebody who took on risk is paying you to provide value for their business? Can a job be fun? yeah, if you like the field you're in. Don't like it? Create your own opportunities and/or get out of the field you are in if you dont enjoy it?