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Tips to help make your job more enjoyable

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|Apr 28|magazine7 min read

Do you ever find it particularly difficult to accept your 9-5 job? For most, working is a requirement—after all, you have to eat. And though it is possible, it’s also rare to find your dream job right out of the gate. Therefore, you may need a little bit of help adapting to and enjoying your daily tasks. It’s not practical to be miserable everyday while working; the following tips can help!

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Avoid drama at work

You may be out of high school, but that doesn’t mean that drama still doesn’t exist—even in the workplace. If you want to be happy at the office, or at least try to be happy and positive from 9-5, then avoiding drama will be a must. After all, drama is exhausting and rather pointless.

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Start a new project

What’s your passion? As stated, you may not currently be at your dream job. In fact, it may be a while before you find yourself at your dream job. However, you can try to incorporate your passion into your 9-5 job. You can even try learning a new skill or taking on a project that could maybe allow you to use a skill that you love.

Remember to stay positive

You can’t have a negative attitude about something and expect the situation to be good or productive (i.e. you can’t go into work every day with a bad attitude and expect to like your job). Therefore, it’s important to have a good perspective—everything can relate back to perspective. Try to be optimistic and look for the good things your job has to offer instead of the bad.

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Find an office friend

You may not be able to connect with all of your co-workers, but you should be able to at least find someone you like. Finding a friend or buddy at work could make the day a lot more enjoyable. If you have someone at the office that you can confide in, then you may be able to get more satisfaction out of work.

Be thankful

Lastly, try to be thankful for what you do have (i.e. a job). After all, in this econonomy, jobs are not always easy to come by. Therefore, look at what you’ve achieved, as well as the potential of what you can later accomplish.

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