13 percent of employees worldwide are engaged in their jobs. If you're one of the 87 percent who isn't feeling it at work, there's hope.
The best way to happiness at work is to find a job that is the right fit for your personality.
One of the quickest ways to become unhappy at work is to compare yourself to others.
It's important to set boundaries between work and your personal life, said Pachter. "Otherwise, you'll never feel like you're truly off the clock.
"When you leave the office, leave work behind," said Taylor. "Don't take work home with you, literally or figuratively.
A mentor can help you navigate the political landscape, give you advice on your career goals, and introduce you to new opportunities.
It's important to have friends at work," said Taylor. "Not only will they make the workday more fun, but they can also be a valuable network.
Perfectionism is a recipe for unhappiness," said Taylor. "No one is perfect, and if you're always striving for perfection.
It's important to take breaks during the workday," said Pachter. "Get up and stretch, take a walk, or just step away from your desk for a few minutes.
Don't expect your job to be perfect," said Taylor. "No job is perfect, and if you're always looking for something to complain about, you'll never be happy.
There's no need to get upset over every thing that goes wrong," said Pachter. "Remember, it's just a job. It's not worth getting yourself worked up over.
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