Do you LOVE your job?

Do you love your job? Something I am sure you have been asked or have asked yourself. Thankfully, my answer is yes and I am very grateful for it. However, this has not always been the case. I have experienced the the Friday afternoon excitement of having a great weekend planned and then Sunday afternoon rolls around.  I would get anxious, a little sad and my mood would change. “Oh, I have to go to work tomorrow”.People

I wish I could provide you a simple calculation to a complex question, but I can’t. It took a lot of self evaluation, reflection, identifying what I liked/disliked and what the root problem was. Was it the people? Job? Company? Work-life balance? Work itself? Industry? Something else?

I enjoyed the job, the industry and the work needed to be successful. The team I worked with was good and provided me with challenges that have made me a better person.

So what was it?

Well it was ME. There is a fire that burns deep inside of me to make a positive difference in every person I meet and my actions are driven by this fire.  I am not saying any of my last positions didn’t provide me an opportunity to do this….they simply didn’t provide it enough.

Thank you very much for reading. I left this very short and to the point for a reason and that is to give you your time to speak. Read the title again and let us know what you think. Do you love your job? If so, what do you love about it? If not, why not? Or better yet, what have you done to change this? The stage is all yours…scroll below and let us know what is on your mind.
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Christopher McGill impacts businesses by giving companies access to the best and the brightest within the IT Profession. He provides 360 degree full service talent management solution that help companies hire with precision & insight.

What they are saying: “Chris is the example of what I expect a recruiter to be.”
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