Is having a job good for you DOes it not depend on the job?

What is your job and is it good for you?? Interesting though apart from the playworker no one says what their job is Yes Horses mouth I do Thnx do you have to wear a tank?

Asked By: Haberdashersmaid - 7/12/2009
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Answered By: Omstarts [Welcoming Fans] - 7/12/2009
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The only reason a job is good for you is for the money. You can't survive without money.
Answered By: Mary - 7/12/2009
first off you already know, and secondly it keeps me very fit and active, both physically and mentally. I think your question is more towards the happiness factor, I love my job and get paid for it, very little stress, don't work in an office and get to travel what more could I want... More
Answered By: from the horse's mouth - 7/12/2009
It does depend on the job, I was in one for six years I hated and affected my mental health (very dull and unchallenging) even my boss was suprised I stayed that long. I'm now self employed and doing a job I love... More
Answered By: pieman66 - 7/12/2009
I use the Money vs Job Satisfaction scale. Hopeful it is on the high side for both of them (at least one of them) if not it better be in the middle somewhere. Otherwise id look for a new job!
Answered By: Derrick - 7/12/2009
My job is a playworker... More
Answered By: Helly Moo - 7/12/2009
When I left school I got a "sort of" job as a YTS trainee at a fish farm. I can assure you that £25 a week for running around scraping up mostly rotten fish was not good for me. In fact it made me very ill. Edit. I am currently sans job. I would last about 5 days if given one.
Answered By: Hypocrite - 7/12/2009
Almost all jobs have some benefit. My job is trying to stay alive, and I've been partially successful so far.
Answered By: The First Dragon - 7/12/2009
It's good for you in the sense that it earns you money, and money can be used to buy things you need or want. If you have no money, you can't do that... More
Answered By: RichB - 7/12/2009
It also depends on the job. I would want to enjoy doing what I do and being productive as well while serving my clients or customers and keeping them happy. However, if I am doing something that I am not really enjoying much, having an income would be my prime motive for that.
Answered By: Anointed - 7/12/2009
The best job is doing something you love.What could be better?Getting paid to do what you'd be quite happy doing for nothing. The worst is getting a pittance for a job you loathe,nothing worse. I'd do mine for nothing.(Portrait painting)
Answered By: Misty Blue - 7/12/2009
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