Career questions tagged work-ethic

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Erica1795 views

How do you limit procrastination?

I think this has been an issue tons of people have because procrastination makes us lose some big opportunities. What are some tips that could help out with procrastination and increase my motivation to work?

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Elijah472 views

I’m currently career training and job hunting, and I am wondering what gives you the best learning and work ethic? Are they via social group, employee/employer relations, or colleagues?

#work-ethic #career

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When in a position of higher importance are you are held to different standards?

What are some standards you are held by ,and why? #career #work-ethic #careers

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What is an example of an attitude that you don't condone at work?

#career #work-ethic

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Jennifer823 views

Where I do my community services hours ?

I keep asking in different places about if I can do my community service hours there and they keep saying that they don't do that . I want to know if you know some place that I can apply there and solve my situation. #work-ethic

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Mounia1234 views

How do I stay motivated to do coursework for uninteresting classes?

This term I am taking two classes that haven't provided me with much of an intellectual challenge. As a result, I am having a hard time staying motivated in my classes, as I am not obtaining knowledge that I do not already have. #college #undergraduate #time-management #classes #studies #courses #motivation #work-ethic

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Meghann1222 views

When having responsibilities both at home and at a full time job, how do you balance them to make the best of both?

I am asking this because as a full time student I have responsibilities that require my attention both at home and at school, and it has proven difficult to balance them both. #organization #work-life-balance #work-ethic

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Mykaelah1244 views

How do you make the choice of loving what you do, and doing the job because you have to?

I asked this question because most adults end up in dead-in jobs. How do you know that you are doing what you love, in order not to end up in a slump. #career #jobs #career-choice #student #graduate #life #career-plan #work-ethic

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Juan962 views

As competition increases nowadays, how can one keep his or her core values such as integrity protected?

I experience this a lot in high school. From small pop quizes, to final exams, some individuals will always cheat, creating a sense of unfairness and a loss of balance. As I go off to college and become a professional, I know such hobbies will become a profession for those who have the talent. However, those of us who truly study and stay true to ourselves will continue to be affected by those who fail to follow the moral laws; In the case that I or a friend of mine fails to follow strong moral principles, how can one return to a strong moral standing? #work-ethic #ethics #honor #moral #morality

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Anudari953 views

How do you work smart instead of working harder and for long hours?

There's the traditional saying on the lines of you must harder and for an extended amount of time to be at the top, but this is not always the case. I've read that it's more important to work smarter , but how does one work smarter if that is the efficient and the right way of doing things? Should you tackle your work in a different way? Is smart another way of saying short cutting? What are your thoughts? #work #work-ethic #student-life

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Gabrielle 826 views

I want to major in neuroscience and biology, but the work may be strenuous. Will I be able to take on the taxing work while playing soccer, too?

My name is Gabby and I am a senior in high school. I will be attending a liberal arts school with an amazing medical program. I want to become a neurosurgeon, but I also want to play soccer. I am asking this question to know if I am being too ambitious by taking on too much. #school #soccer #work-ethic

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