Posted by tac_admin, November 27, 2012

Money Can Buy Career Happiness

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An article on Forbes discusses a survey completed by a job site called CareerBliss.com. The article states “It finds that employees with higher salaries are happier with all aspect of their work life,
not just their compensation.”

I think we can all agree that when you have more money, it helps you live an easier, richer life that allows you to focus more clearly on the other details in life where you can’t avoid stress
sometimes, such as deadlines at work, an argument with your spouse, etc.

The article also states “It turned out the overall happiness ranking for people making between $40,000 and $50,000 a year was 3.78 out of 5, which made this the least happy salary bracket.” Are
you in this bracket? Are you happy? Are you a little above this bracket, but not high enough? Do you have a goal in mind related to salary or position, but you’re not sure how to get there?

If you aren’t where you want to be and you recognize that you need guidance to help you get there, click here to make an appointment with me to discuss your career goals.

Click here to read the full article on Forbes…


One response to “Money Can Buy Career Happiness”

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