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So I’d say to really drill down into what, specifically, you hate about work and try to find patterns — and then see if you can find work that has only a minimal amount of those things. Nail-biting and job interviews So I’ve recently started applying for administrative jobs in my area, after several years of working in teaching and art, where I’m mainly working independently.Aside from having to update my wardrobe, I have a concern about my nails.
You could hate every office job you’ve had and thus assume that you hate working, but then have a completely different experience working as a park ranger or a teacher.
And to return to my friend’s question, how could she tell if she hates her job, or straight up hates working?
I do think there are people who just hate working, but they’re probably more rare than people who just hate the job they’re in, or the whole line of work that they’re in.
There are people who think they just hate working, but it’s because they’re in the completely wrong environment for them — like they’re working in an office when they should be working in a different type of setting.
Of course, there’s a much bigger group of people who don’t actively hate working but don’t especially like it either.
However, I have noticed someone has been leaving the toilet seat up lately.