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Do you get used to corporate jobs?

Handling your employeers, paperwork.. As a student looking on to my bosses and employees, it seems as if they are usually stressed and constantly busy. #work #corporate #responsibility

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Thaiz’s Answer

Hi Tiffanie,
I work for technology companies for a while and I can tell you that in some periods the work is very stressfull, however, when your work is aligned with your internal values and you enjoy learning, the challenges are really a growing step.
My suggestion is to search for companies that shares same values that yours and the chances for you to find a good team and thriving environment in those companies is higher and you will enjoy to be part of it.
I wish you all success!

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Sudha’s Answer

Hi Tiffanie,
As you move up the corporate ladder, you will learn to multitask and manage team members. you will get into management only if you have interest in it and once you develop the interest you will know how to handle things. So go with the flow and follow your heart on where you want to head. Being busy is fine as none of us would want to be idle all the time. Nothing is worth taking a stress. Do things you enjoy.


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Tracy’s Answer

Corporate jobs can be both exciting and challenging. There are times when they are stressful, but that is true of any job. Your perspective and setting your attitude to be open to learning how to manage through these times will make you a better employee. You will learn new skills and become more valuable to your team and the company overall.
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Heather Rose-Marie’s Answer

The job a person gets used to in Corporate America depends on many factors. Some of those factors include but are not limited to the following:

1. Financial obligations
2. Family priorities
3. Career goals
4. Life goals

Every job has different levels of stress. Therefore, it’s important for each person to assess if they can handle the stress associated with their job/career and make the appropriate changes. I would suggest researching the career/industry you have an interest in and speak to people who are currently in that role.
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Simeon’s Answer

Many jobs never get better in terms of busyness and stress level. It's important that you end up at a company that has a positive work environment.
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