Some people don’t like their job. There are indeed some jobs that are the least favorite. Is Mother’s position included?
Some mothers may feel dissatisfied with their current careers. Low wages, irregular working hours and lack of window seats were cited as the most common reasons.
If you don’t like your job, it can definitely contribute to your performance for the company. Some mothers even experience work and personal life problems.
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Based on a survey of hundreds of thousands of employees, CareerBliss determined the 10 most hated jobs. On a scale of 1 to 10, respondents reported that the factor that most causes job dissatisfaction is not salary or desk position.
CareerBliss found that limited growth opportunities and a lack of rewards drove the employee pain index up more than anything else. Here are 10 jobs that most people don’t like.
Least favorite job
1. Marketing manager
A marketing manager is responsible for overseeing advertising and promotions. This involves developing strategies to meet sales objectives, based on the study of factors such as customer surveys and market behavior.
According to CareerBliss, respondents in these positions most often cited lack of direction as the main reason for job dissatisfaction. The most optimistic respondents wanted as little praise as possible. They are never praised but mostly blamed if there is a slight problem or a decrease in targets.
2. Technical support analyst
Quoting from CNBC International, a technical support analyst’s job is to help people with their computer problems. This often means calmly communicating technical advice to individuals who are panicking about a broken laptop or computer.
Often having to explain over the phone and then going to the location to find out that the client has not understood. They also often work in a variety of environments and may be required to travel at a moment’s notice, sometimes during holidays or weekends.
3. Law clerk
Law clerks are one of the most sought after positions in the legal profession. A law clerk assists judges as they write opinions and the people who get that job almost always end up at the top of their law school ranks.
However, people in this profession still report high levels of dissatisfaction due to long and tiring work hours.
4. Electronics technician
Electronics technicians help maintain, service, and perform routine assessments of electronic systems. Electronics technicians work in every sector and can work in telephone companies, fast food chains, the navy.
Whatever the case, technicians work on and off site, are in constant contact with clients, and must have the ability to resolve complex technical problems quickly under intense pressure.
Employee dissatisfaction with this job is caused by several factors. One respondent complained of ‘too little control’. Meanwhile, other respondents complained about work schedules, lack of achievement, no real opportunities for development, coworkers having no motivation, not being able to determine how to do things, and bad attitudes from coworkers to other employees.
5. Certain specialist technicians
According to CareerBliss, a specialist engineer should be able to lead the analysis, definition, design, construction, testing, installation, and modification of medium to large infrastructure.
This means that if a company wants to design a project, technical specialists will evaluate it to see what is possible and what is not. Unfortunately, technical experts report that despite their expertise they are often treated with great disrespect.
They cited a lack of communication from upper management and felt their input was not taken seriously.
6. Senior web developer
Another unpopular job is senior web developer. Senior web developers design, maintain, and develop applications for the Internet.
With every business it is expected that web developers can work in every type of company in a full-time, part-time, or freelance capacity. Senior web developers are expected to be fluent in both client and server side contexts.
Senior developers report high levels of unhappiness at work. This is due to the perception that employers are unable to communicate coherently and lack technology understanding.
7. Product manager
Product manager is a job title that has many meanings, depending on the company and sector. In some cases, this work simply requires evaluating what products best fit the company’s business model and in other cases it requires marketing, resource management, and scheduling.
The level of job dissatisfaction is very high for this position. One respondent complained that this limits growth and is boring.
8. Director of sales and marketing
A sales and marketing director plans and executes efforts to promote the company and make money. Responsibilities often include budget management, public relations, and employee training.
Sales and marketing directors reported the second highest level of job dissatisfaction among all survey respondents. The majority of those who responded negatively cited a lack of direction from upper management and no room for growth as primary sources of suffering.
9. IT Director
It may be surprising to see that the most hated job is IT director. After all, the salaries are pretty good and with information technology becoming a prevalent part of everyday business, an IT director can be in control.
IT directors report the highest level of job dissatisfaction, far exceeding the level of dissatisfaction with waiters and even janitors. Nepotism, cronyism, disrespect for workers, are complaints that make this job undesirable.
Another type of job that is not preferred is nursing. Survey statistics show that the small New England state has a large level of dissatisfaction when it comes to nursing or other health care-related jobs.
Of course, nurses love helping people and we would all be lost without them. But that kind of devotion comes at a cost, especially after having patients on bad shifts and dealing with patients who clearly don’t respect Mom.
Is your position in the office one of the jobs you don’t like?
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