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Employee’s Workplace

Getting Paid as a Worker - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

Getting Paid What You’re Owed In Three Types Of Work

Regardless of whether you love or hate your job, have a lot of commitments or nothing on your plate, or aren’t paid enough, most people will work for one simple thing: money.

It’s hard to see yourself spending your days in your workplace if you didn’t have to. This can make it infuriating when the person you’re working for fails to pay you, while also putting you into a position which can be hard to deal with.

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Potential Employers - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Making Yourself More Appealing To Potential Employers

When you start browsing the job market for potential employers, chances are that you’re likely to feel a little overwhelmed. There are so many positions out there and each seems to have its own strict list of requirements.

It seems that employers are becoming increasingly picky when it comes to choosing their employees and expectations are higher than ever. The hardest part of the process? Accepting that there are more people looking for work than ever. Competition amongst potential candidates is fierce, so it can often feel that employers can afford to be extremely particular in their choices.

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Professional Change - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Switching Roles: What To Do When You Want A Professional Change

Wanting a professional change is something that happens to everybody from time to time. You may have been in your current role only a few years. You may have been there for as long as you can remember. How long you’ve been there isn’t really important; what’s important is that when you know you want a professional change, you go for it.

A change in career can be tricky. It can scare you, and you might be plagued with thoughts of failure. Maybe you should just stick to your current role and accept it? Wrong!

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Career to Help Others - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Careers for Those Who Want to Help Others

When we choose a career, all sorts of different factors affect our final decision regarding the area of expertise that we’re going to pursue. Some find motivation in profit and financial gain. Others crave power and want to achieve societal notions of “success”.

Others want to advance knowledge and human understanding. However, to succeed in many of these careers, you have to tread over other people in most cases. That’s just how things work in a capitalist society! If you’re going to make a profit, you might have to pay those beneath you less than their work is worth (thankfully, there are legislation to protect employees).

However, there are careers that better suit more empathetic individuals whose main motivation is helping others and improving others’ experience of the world. If this sounds like you, here are a few different career options that might suit you down to a tee.

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Mental Workout Problem - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Get A Mental Workout With These Excellent Jobs For Problem Solvers

Do you love spending time trying to figure out crosswords, other puzzles or trying to solve a problem? Maybe you love organizing events that require some pretty tricky logistics and fine-tuned planning. If this sounds like you, then there’s a good chance that you are a natural born problem solver. This won’t be everyone, though, as some people can get very confused when they can’t figure out how to get to the bottom of some everyday problems.

But if you do love all kinds of mental workouts, then it’s a good idea to try and find a job that can keep your brain active. There are a lot of different careers that require you to continually solve a variety of problems, and which will suit your personality down to the ground. Here are just a few fantastic job ideas for problem solvers.

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