The grass is always brown - Job Satisfaction


At the beginning of a corporate job, or a role with any large organization, there is a sense of pride - the brand, the paycheck, the responsibility. With time (of course there are exceptions), the satisfaction decreases and plateaus out. The probability of this happening is consistently high.


At the beginning of an entrepreneurial venture however, the sentiment and satisfaction is uncertain and riddled with fear and budgetary constraints. With time there is potential to reach a high level of job satisfaction but the probability of that is extremely low. But we think it's worth a try!


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4 comments:

Sangram Birje said...

So the Expected Satisfaction = Probability x Satisfaction is higher than the expected satisfaction from a corporate job!

Entrepreneur Fail said...

@sangram so are you going to take the plunge?

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sravani mathangi said...

Good information to know and right to the point on career. Thanks for this well written post related to search jobs , i’ll follow up for more updates if you keep posting them.

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