How do you learn to like/love a job that is not your field?

im currently a sales representative of a small bussiness that offers reserch and development consultancy service for companies that plan on marketing a new product. but the thing is, im a Computer Technology graduate and i just accidentally signed in on this job (and now im in it). As days go by, it hit me that i really dont like calling companies and offering them our services(aswell as convincing them). what should i do?

Asked By: Leira - 2/4/2007
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You obviously havent found the right job for you. It depends on your situation, financial, geographical etc. if you dont like what you are doing you may have to keep doing it until you find the right job. You have great talent that is wasted in certain jobs. List all the things you really enjoy and are good at and... More
Answered By: Horrie - 2/4/2007
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Leave, or if you absolutely can't leave, try and see it as a temporary situation and keep one eye on the classifieds. If you keep adding crap you don't want to do to your resume, future employers will keep putting you into similar positions. You can use your phone sales experience as a way into tech support, then go up... More
Answered By: pandera p - 2/4/2007
Look for a job in your field. I went through probably 30 different jobs when I was young before I found what I truly loved. When you find that, it no longer becomes work. You get up every morning looking forward going to work. I'm retired now and I miss my job and find myself wishing I could still do it, but I can't. I... More
Answered By: corezink - 2/4/2007
Hey, i don't really think you can learn to like your job. You must either accept it or look for something in the IT field. even if the pay is less, remember, you spend most of your time at your job, so even if the pay isn't so good, rather do something you like...
Answered By: lefinia - 2/5/2007
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