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Happiness @ Work


Jul. 31, 2013 Psychology Today

Whether it’s because of salary, job title, or job responsibilities – you name it – many people are just not happy at work; especially, when they feel trapped that they can’t find another job.  

With high unemployment and low job opportunities, people stay with their company and cope with their situation hoping that one day something bigger and better will come along.

Sadly, the disappointment of not being where you believe you should be can result in stress, depression, and misery.   So I went on a quest to find out, “does happiness at work exist?”   And when I say happiness, I do mean happy.

The following is what I found to be the top 10 attributes of happy people at work.

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