Not Satisfied With Your Job? That’s How You Can Change It [Infographic]

We all miss our student life from time to time. We could party all night long and then get all our work done during the day. Having a full-time job isn’t so exciting. In fact, 85% of people dislike their jobs in the UK, according to Gallup Poll. If you are one of them, there is good news - it is possible to fall in love with your job; you just need to know how to do it.

Be more social

A lot of employees say that they work because they need money. However, spending time with other people is another essential part of our lives. Freelancing can be fun, but being isolated can make you feel depressed and anxious.

You don’t have to be friends with your colleagues, but having small talk in the kitchen can rescue your day and make your office a better place. To get to know your colleagues better, you can invite them to the bar after work. Also, encourage your coworkers to throw a Christmas party with presents, food, selfie frames, and games.

Make a schedule

According to the latest study, many employees feel stressed because of their workload. To deal with stress, you can start making schedules. It will help you in situations like ‘ I have so much work that I don’t even know where to start.’

Organize your desk

Small details can always make a big difference. You spend a lot of time at work (almost one third of your life!), so make sure your workplace is comfortable enough. To make it feel more like home, you can bring some pictures, your favorite cup or an office plant.

Find more tips on how to be happy at work in the infographic below:

Not Satisfied With Your Job?  That’s How You Can Change It [Infographic]

Last updated:9/7/2019 12:24:06 AM
Abdullah Al Noman

Abdullah Al Noman

Abi is a frequent traveller and freelance writer. He has finished her studies in the literature. He likes to write on travel, General and current affairs. He also works closely with B2C And B2B businesses providing blog writing and copywriting services.


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