There are three main reasons that a person should not just take any job because it has better pay. The first reason that a person should not take a job just because of the pay is the fact of how this destroys that person emotionally. If a person is not happy with the job that they have chosen to take, then eventually this takes a very big toll on the company and the worker. The emotions begin to take control of all areas of the working day. These thoughts of how unhappy he/she ends up being the only thing that is stuck in that person's mind.
It was my first day of high school and I walk into the doors of the school excited to go to the same school as my friends from eighth grade. I was excited to start class and meet new teachers and friends, hoping they would get to know me in a good way. I am handed my schedule at the table in front of the office without anyone around to tell me where to go as they were busy with their own schedules and finding their own way, I tried to find my first class myself. So I am walking around trying to get to my class with only five minutes to be in my seat in the right classroom and I end up in the wrong class. How? Well, when you are going to a new school that is pretty big because every kid in town goes there and you have nobody to show you where your class is, you tend to get lost.
If you were to take a close look at news releases today, you would swear that we are on the verge of another major war. Planes are being shot down, our president is bickering with global leaders, and tension can be felt in the air.
Somebody, anybody, please well me why it has to be so hard? Finding a job even entry level to begin my career is probably going to be the death of me. I graduated from college in 2015 with a Bachelor's Degree in healthcare administration. No one told me that it would be so difficult to find a job, let alone an internship, once I was done. But then again, no one told me how quickly the people would be begin to call wanting to know when and how you would be paying back student loans. When I was in high school, the guidance counselor stressed us so hard about preparing for college. My high school was a preparatory academy so not going to college was not an option for the students that attended. Even if it was a community college. They made sure that we had every option. They made sure that we were prepared for the SAT and ACT. They also made sure that we had numerous college representatives coming to speak to us. Everyone boasted about how great their campus was and what the school could do for you. I’m sure we have all been there. Ever noticed how they never speak about the cost or the chances of finding a job once you have completed your studies? They never spoke of it and my counselor also failed to mention that it would be extremely difficult to begin your career post-graduation. “College is going to be a great experience for you.” Wrong! My college experience was AWFUL! I exhibited the most depressive moments when I was at college. It wasn’t until I left the incredibly expensive four-year university and resumed my studies online that I felt some peace and comfort with the whole college experience.
A 'Rent First' Policy
This article is intended as a helpful guide for social housing professionals in the UK and elsewhere in managing, developing, and improving rent collection services. It is written by a housing professional working in the UK local authority sector.