Satisfaction is key
Q: Is it possible to be successful in a job that you don't like? A business group called the Conference Board got lots of publicity Jan. 5 by claiming worker satisfaction had fallen to its lowest level ever. Their numbers and methodology were questioned by other experts, but the issue of whether there's a link between job satisfaction and success is an interesting one.
I think job satisfaction is crucial for long-term success.
One may experience some short-term successes with lack of job satisfaction. In fact, that dissatisfaction can push someone toward a new position in which they can achieve higher levels of success as they seek satisfaction.
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