[QUOTE=nasrin_196;802575]As we all know, having a good job plays a significant role in people's lives, since the amount of time spent working is really considerable and also people are competing with each other to get the best job. Moreover, a job is a kind of possession providing some characteristics, one of which is the feeling of satisfaction to its owner. It is however really impossible for every person to experience a gratifying occupation during her or his life.
To feel happy and to be satisfied in a job, some factors should be taken into account. First, being interested in a job is the most important agent, for the more they like their job, the better performance they are expected and as a result they become more gratified. Second, having enough knowledge and skills is also beneficial to increase the possibility of their success / prospects of success. Third, getting promotion in their job is another crucial factor because it makes them motivated and keeps them away from being bored. In addition the last but not the least element is having a good salary as money is the key for most of the problems. If people had a well-paid job they would be really happy with that.
It is really ideal for people to be fulfilled with their job however it will stay just like a dream for some of them./ …it seems an unrealizable dream for some of them. Since a lot of factors must be contributed to experience this kind of opportunities, some people will never experience it. For example, we cannot ignore the importance of some factors like knowledge, skills and especially luck or chances in people's life.
In conclusion, despite the fact that being happy with the job is very important, it is not achievable for every person to have his or her own favourable job .But something / the one thing which can be helpful is that employers should make every endeavour to improve the employees' situations as much as possible to make them satisfied because it would benefit even themselves indirectly.