What do you like to do? Your interests play an important part in your job satisfaction.
Sometimes people take any job without thinking about if they like the job. They learn that there are some tasks they like to do. And there are other tasks they don't like to do.
Examples of tasks some people are interested in:
Finding a job that has tasks that are interesting to you will make the job more enjoyable, and you will be more motivated to keep that job. You'll also do a better job and are more likely to be promoted. Interests are what you like to do at work. You can choose a career based on your interests.
Here are reasons to pick a job that matches your interests:
Think about how your likes and dislikes match the careers you might like. Complete this worksheet (94KB, .pdf).