2017年5月3日 星期三

Some see work as a calling, others say it's just a job

Are you a calling-oriented person?
這篇是meaning of work的補充
the orientations of their parents play a stronger role than other forces such as religion, personality or profession.
people with job orientations see the work domain primarily as a means to extrinsic rewards, such as monetary compensation.
Job-oriented people tend to pursue their passions through nonwork domains, and therefore tend to be eager to stop working or retire.
She found that career-oriented people derive much of their identity from working, and see work mainly as an opportunity for upward mobility, prestige, social status and achievement. Calling-oriented people primarily see work as a means to enact their passions and find personal fulfillment; they often believe their work makes a positive impact on the world.
This new study found that while fathers may be the most influential role model in the development of a strong career orientation, both parents are necessary role models for a child to develop a strong calling orientation.

http://www.ns.umich.edu/new/releases/21819-some-see-work-as-a-calling-others-say-it-s-just-a-job