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Would you rather have plenty of money and HATE your job or just get by and LOVE your job?

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Isabella Daniels
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Mental health is #1 and hating your job means your must be unhappy

Mental health is #1 and hating your job means your must be unhappy

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Danny Flora

Hating what you do for 1/3 of your life is never worth it

Hating what you do for 1/3 of your life is never worth it

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Debra Andrews

I'll go with the money and hate the job. Then look for a new job, does that count?

I'll go with the money and hate the job. Then look for a new job, does that count?

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Daniel Guzman

Ya I"ll take both

Ya I"ll take both

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Georgia Moses

I would take Sam Elliott . That's it

I would take Sam Elliott . That's it

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Fred GoffCEO and Founder of Jobcase
CEO and Founder of Jobcase

Hmm.. we’ll, I’d like to say the second choice is the right one. But if I’m honest with myself the answer for me would depend on time and levels. I mean I could kinda hate something for a LOT of money for a short period of time so that I could have more freedom of life choices later . Not saying that’s the right choice - just saying that I think a lot of us can tolerate short term pain for long term gain . (But admittedly, that’s a slippery and dangerous path- so maybe I shoulda just stopped typing after saying the second choice is the right one lol)

Hmm.. we’ll, I’d like to say the second choice is the right one. But if I’m honest with myself the answer for me would depend on time and levels. I mean I could kinda hate something for a LOT of money for a short period of time so that I could have more freedom of life choices later . Not saying that’s the right choice - just saying that I think a lot of us can tolerate short term pain for long term gain . (But admittedly, that’s a slippery and dangerous path- so maybe I shoulda just stopped typing after saying the second choice is the right one lol)

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Michael Carvalho

Great Question! Money isn’t always the answer to all things. What good is making a lot of money and be Miserable? It effects you life in several ways. Recently, I was offered a position for more money. I turned it down because it wasn’t a good environment. The company isn’t willing to make changes. They continued on the same path. When taking to some of the employees, they were grumpy. Hated the job. I asked why do you stay? They all said it’s the $$$.

Great Question! Money isn’t always the answer to all things. What good is making a lot of money and be Miserable? It effects you life in several ways. Recently, I was offered a position for more money. I turned it down because it wasn’t a good environment. The company isn’t willing to make changes. They continued on the same path. When taking to some of the employees, they were grumpy. Hated the job. I asked why do you stay? They all said it’s the $$$.

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Jasmine Walker

It's important to not hate your job

It's important to not hate your job

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Debra Millward

I have been in an industry that I did not like for 15 years; I would like to love my work. Money is not everything.

I have been in an industry that I did not like for 15 years; I would like to love my work. Money is not everything.

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Ken Miller

Both.

Both.

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