What’s really the best job ever?
Does it involve a company car, the corner office, your own assistant, or your own hefty bank account?
A few users on Reddit named what their favorite jobs have been.
From pizza delivery guy to a bouncer, there’s little mention of a Benz or a Central Park View.
According to professional development program manager at EDUCLAUSE, Joan F. Cheverie, autonomy is the primary ingredient to a satisfied employee. In her interview with Inc., Cheverie highlights that autonomy brings employees happiness because they
“perceive that they have choices, that what they are doing is of their own volition, and that they are the source of their own actions”.
Besides lower turn over and higher engagement at work, autonomous employees means higher employee morale. Below, From interacting with people, getting in shape, or hanging by the water, the a few people what made their best job ever, their favorite.
AKA Introvert Heaven
Music + well-behaved people is a win
Paid to scare
Sun and booze, not too shabby
Mailrooms are a riot
Pizza is (work) bliss
Bowlers do seem like legit nice people
Creativity in the workplace
Pizza guys delivers happiness
“Sunshine on my shoulders”
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