Poll results: What are you looking for most in your (new) dream job?
Here are the results of the poll in Newsletter #8
What are you looking for most in your (new) dream job?
10,8% (Higher Salary & Status)
16,9% (Collaboration & Social interaction)
44,3% (Freedom, Trust & Flexibility)
28,0% (Autonomy, Responsibility & Accountability)
Total votes: 296
We all want to find our dream job, but what exactly are the key ingredients? Studies show that they don’t include income or status, and it isn’t as simple as “following your passion”. What really matters is what you do day-by-day: something that you’re good at, helping others, engaging work, supportive colleagues, something that fits your personal life, and contributes something to the world.
Are you there yet? What works for you? Are you planning to start something new? Do you have any tips on how to get your dream job? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments!
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