Who Are You at Work?

October 10, 2011 ‐ By

If we had our choice many of us wouldn’t work– or certainly not with any consistency. But since we have to eat, pay bills and support our shopping habits we spend a majority of our lives grinding, whether mentally or physically, at our 9-5. If you work with other people you’ve noticed that every individual has a different working personality and style. Check out the list and see if you see yourself and some of your co-workers on this list.

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  • LOL I am the ESCAPIST for real I thought you were talkin about me when I read that part ahah any job I get , I leave after 6months or so Im always lookin for new opportunities…People around me say Im crazy…

  • Stillrocking!

    It's funny when people tell you their life stories and you just smile and they don't get it.

  • nursedred

    @dcarter i think that all depends on what line of work youre in. In my field when it’s time to ‘clean house’ management is the first to go. “Lazy nurses” who avoid trouble can stay forever

  • Dcarter910

    What they should point out is that in this economic climate, if you are anything other than a worker bee, then you are setting yourself of to be among the first in line if pink slips are ever passed out. From a management perspective, even if you like someone, if they arent producing….personal feelings are set aside the decisions have to be made of whose staying and leaving.

    Ladies, dont allow yourselves to get too comfortable…find a way to produce and make known your productive nature, because no one wants to find themselves in the unemployment line.

  • I am the Escapist daydreaming about when my business takes off so I can be Lovestruck.

  • I am the lounger but trying to get to lovestruck. 🙂 I appreciate my job, have the best supervisor ever, and I'm the only woman so I run the show. Running the show with all these men is definitely a job that needs nap time incorporated, lol.