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How Happy Am I With My Job?

Do you hate your job or love it? Here is a simple quiz to judge how closely your current job meets your needs. Simply rate the importance of each aspect of your ideal job and your current job on a scale from 1-10 (10 being highest).

 
 
  Ideal

Current

Tap my creativity/work variety
 
Allows for a flexible schedule
 
Advancement/continue learning
 
Earn excellent compensation
 
Receive direction and Support
 
Have great corporate culture/management/colleagues
 
Feel secure in my job
 
Hold power and authority
 
Make a contribution
 
Totals




Your Job Satisfaction Score:






What your Job Satisfaction Score means:

90-100% -- Stay where you are, but don't rest on your laurels. Do a yearly career checkup to make sure you continue to be satisfied.

80-89% -- You're pretty happy, but your career needs some fine tuning.

70-79% -- You are probably restless and wondering if you need to make a change. It's time to improve your current position or start looking for something better.

60-69% -- You don't like your job, but you're mired in a state of comfortable misery. Family responsibilities, fear of change, imminent retirement or the possibility of a lucrative severance package may keep you hanging on. Be careful. If you linger too long, your self-esteem will suffer.

0 to 59% -- You must be feeling really low. Life is too short to spend 8-10 hours a day in a job you hate. For everyone's sake -- your family, your friends, your colleagues and your company -- get out of there.


 
 
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