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what are some jobs where you can have fun while working?

what are some jobs where you can have fun while working?

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Taylor’s Answer

Honestly, that really depends on who you are as a person and what you enjoy. Do you like solving puzzles? Then maybe software engineering is for you. Are you more creative? Maybe something in graphic design can be more fun. I can't really tell you what you will find fun in a job, but just look at your interests and personality and try to find what will be a good fit.
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Dennis’s Answer

Taylor's answer is good and a great idea to look around for the fit. I come at the task alittle different; if you land as job that is not fun - RUN. Too many people stay at the wrong job for usually the wrong reasons. The job/career that you are going to spend half your life doing, everyday, month, year and future had better be a BLAST. It usually works out that way after the peramiters are set. Amir, fun to you may or may not be the same duty as the other employees find fun. A good indicator is before you know anything about the staff; see if anyone is having alittle fun, could be real small but you can tell by the way they act.
You have heard the "a happy employee is a good employee" - refers to - ARE THE EMPLOYEES HAVING FUN. All businesses want happy employees so your ability to make most duties fun is a huge key to success. That is a gift some people are natural at where others have a hard time pulling off. Be that employee that leaves home home and work at work. Everyday find a way to make it fun and you will see what i mean. Good Luck
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Chelsea’s Answer

Good question, we all definitely want to have fun! Like the other professionals mentioned, it all starts with you and what you enjoy. Whether that is being creative, building relationships and connections, crunching numbers, or solving problems. But more than that I would also consider what your strengths are. What are you really good at and enjoy doing? There are so many options out there, and if something doesn't feel right you can always switch it up and try something else. Beyond this, I think some of the best workplaces I have been a part of hasn't always been so much about my job but the people I work with. You really cannot underestimate the power of a good team! When you find what you want to do and start applying for jobs, ask the interviewer about the team dynamic. Do they collaborate and have fun while getting the work done? Remember, when you are in an interview, you are interviewing them at the same time as they are interviewing you and this is a great place to start to make sure that you will enjoy working with them. And remember, life is what you make of it, embrace your strengths and have fun! Best of luck in the future!
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Kevin’s Answer

Amir, the answer is really on you. Do you like working by yourself and no one bug you? or do you want coworkers/customers coming at you for answers? When you start working it is always challenging at the beginning and it will get easier as you progress. I work in tax so my job is actually to prepare excel work papers and input those data into tax return software. The way we calculate is in accordance with tax codes. It is actually not difficult and it is rewarding when the work paper is tie-out to tax software output. I rarely have any questions since accountants typically just follow prior-year calculations. There are many perks to be an accountant. Company typically starts you at low to mid 60k/year and you have a stable job straight out of 4 bachelor's. You can take 1-3 months off depending on where you work. Good luck with your search.
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Landon’s Answer

Hi Amir,
The job can be anything that you really feel passionate about. Rather than searching a for a job with particularly "fun" tasks, focus on how your goals and values fit into any job. Ask yourself if the job challenges you, motivates you, allows you to be creative and innovative, allows you growth, and ultimately puts you in a situation to be successful. I've found that some of the most "boring" jobs can be made fun if you are actively engaged and stimulated by the nature of the job. If you are working and it does not feel like you are working, you are in the right place.

Best of luck!
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Dana’s Answer

I think this all depends on what you enjoy doing!
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