Posted 11.02.20

Finding a job you love can be a tricky process. There will be aspects of every role, in every industry, at every company, that has something we find stressful and frustrating. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t learn to love where you work and the job you’re in!

We picked out our top 4 reasons as to why loving and finding meaning in your job is important in today’s modern world of working.

It improves your physical and mental health

Researchers have often linked high levels of stress to increased weight gain, heart problems and a weakened immune system to name just a few. Mental health is also another factor to consider, as working in a role that you hate, can lead to anxiety and depression later down the line. 

Unfortunately, stress in the workplace is pretty common, but it’s important that you’re not forcing yourself to work in a role that risks your health. Working in a job that you love will help to keep the stress levels down, and strengthen your quality of life. If not, you could be opening yourself up to some serious health risks.

It boosts your confidence and motivation in work

If you don’t enjoy what you do at work, it’s hard to find motivation or optimism about anything, let alone your personal growth. 

As we mentioned above, working in a job you dislike or hate can lead to mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety. If you’re in a depressed state or struggling with your mental health, you’re less likely to want to focus on achieving your career goals and dreams. This lack of focus will also have a knock-on effect on your progression and confidence.

Cutting out the negative aspects of your life allows more room for positivity. If your job is that negative aspect, then the solution is clear! Cut it out!

It helps you love your relationships

Positivity is infectious. Loving what you do in your work life, helps you become more confident and positive in other aspects of your life, especially your relationships.

Work-related stress is one of the main factors that can cause tension in people’s relationships. After a long stressful day at work, it can be hard to switch off from the negativity you’ve dealt with all day when you get home. Likewise with your work colleagues.

When you’re in a bad mood, it affects the way you treat people and how you react in situations that usually wouldn’t bother you. If you love the work you do, you’re less likely to find yourself in these bad moods.

You deserve to be happy!

Perhaps the most important reason why you should love your job is that you deserve to be happy! Life is far too short to be stuck in a job that makes you miserable. Whatever job it is that you want to do, is at least worth attempting, especially if you know that it would make you happy.

More and more people are settling in a role where unhappiness is expected, so it’s important to break from what is becoming the norm and take a leap of faith on a new job you’ve been eyeing up. For your personal relationships as well as your mental and physical health, make sure you love whatever job you do in life.

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