• In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing. Theodore Roosevelt

Find a Job I Love



An avid environmentalist would never be happy at a company that doesn't even recycle its printer paper. And, a very ambitious person would never want to work for a business that doesn't recognize its employees for their accomplishments. Values are extremely important to finding a job you love, because if your company's values do not match up with yours, you'll never been 100 percent happy.

If you're not sure what's important to you, figure that out first. After all, defining those is the first step to finding a company that shares your values. Experts at career Web site Monster.com suggest you consider how you might rank certain intrinsic, extrinsic and lifestyle values, including some of the following:

Traveling for work Saving for retirement Room for advancement Vacation time Making a difference Prestige or social status Competition Bonuses Your commute Time for your family Do you enjoy exotic vacations? If so, you need a job with a good vacation plan that also pays well. Or, if you have a family, you probably want to search for jobs that allow you to work from home sometimes and value your work-life balance. Figure out what's important to you, and then do your research before applying for a position.


Success stories

Valentina Lomborg

Apr 08 at 06:37 am
Since 1966 modeling And now my new "job" a Psychic

Orsolya Bokor

Apr 15 at 23:55 pm
This is my first job after receiving my degree.

Clair Louise

Nov 01 at 13:57 pm
I'm lucky enough to have achieved this

Irena Harrison

Jun 11 at 23:49 pm
I am a Child and Youth Support Worker

Jean Daguerre

Feb 02 at 23:44 pm

Sophie Smither

Jan 21 at 00:13 am

Rachel Jungbluth

Jan 10 at 10:37 am

Inês Marques

Jan 06 at 19:51 pm

Savi Khanal

Jan 04 at 01:12 am
got job at Duke

Ekaterina Smantser

Jan 03 at 21:41 pm
it is a lucky story

Amanda Hanson

Jan 03 at 04:55 am
I never thought I would end up in the medical field. but 2 years ago, I became a phlebotomist with the United Blood Services and I have never been happier.

Jennifer Hartman

Jan 02 at 01:35 am
Love teaching!

Shannon Kokkonen

Dec 28 at 06:46 am
Industry Relations at MTU

Bruno Cordes

Dec 18 at 04:58 am
got pulled out of school to build for family haha

Ave Strate

Jun 25 at 06:12 am