THE IDEAL JOB AND ONE THAT YOU WILL PROBABLY NOT FIND!!!


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There are 9 characteristics of the ideal job and a high probability that you will not land in one because of human incompetence and selfishness.

You will have much opportunity for advancement.

Your bonus structure will greatly supplement your income.

If you are a salesman your territory will be protected and won’t change.

You’ll get extensive training as necessary.

You’ll have scheduling flexibility so you can work from home sometimes.

You’ll get assistants to help you if your work load becomes too burdensome.

You’ll get more exciting or better work once you fix the problem that exists in the department or once you complete a specified project.

You will be working with supportive members.

You will have a competent manager or boss.

The truth is that –

Not all jobs have room for advancement unless the boss dies, changes jobs, or gets promoted.

Bonuses and salary increases may be paltry at most.

If you are a sales human with designated territory then it may be broken up into smaller territories.

Extensive training is costly and you may be denied it due to budget cuts or lack of free time.

You may never be able to work from home due to security reasons or job rules.

Instead of getting assistants to lighten your workload, it will just grow larger and more stressful.

Once you fix the problem in a department or project you may be assigned to a mediocre position or even get fired.

You may find your coworkers to be uncooperative overly security conscious humans who are hard to communicate with and may fail at doing things efficiently.

Your manager or boss may be handicapped with slight, even complete incompetence or not have enough emotional intelligence to communicate effectively with you. At worst the manager or boss will try to rule with threats of punishment or through fear and intimidation and will be disrespected by almost everyone for the basically tyrannical managerial or bossing style.

CONCLUSION:

Not all jobs are perfect and meet the 9 criteria listed but you may be satisfied with less than the 9 specified if you are desperate or realistic enough.

Your job may not be that skilled and you may be considered a replaceable part, the business may be very hierarchically structured with seniority playing a major role, and the business may be run according to old rules which discourage innovation and advancement within the organization.

That being said it is up to you to determine what kind of a business you would like to work for and it is always smart to ask ahead of time for examples of workers within the company who have succeeded in the path which you hope to follow.

Employers like to paint a rosy picture of their organization and may BS you to some extent. It is ultimately your responsibility to get them to prove what they are saying by asking for concrete good examples of happy and successful personnel during a job interview. The humans who started out where you did and made it to where you want to end up is important information to know from your new employer.

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If you liked this evergreen truth blog then read more of them, about 1200 so far, or read one or more of my evergreen truth books, especially COMMON SENSE, rays of truth in a human world filled with myths and deceptions.

For a complete readily accessible list of blogs and titles go to twitter.com/uldissprogis.

Enjoy!!!!!!

If you enjoyed this blog then here is a list of my most popular ones which you may also enjoy!!!

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