Be honest with yourself and make sure your job is working for you.
Some of the best jobs include, a fitness trainer, florist, insurance workers and administrative assistants. Nevertheless, all jobs have risks on health and ultimately it is up to the employer and the individual to make sure their health is a high priority.
Lawyers, health-care workers, transport workers and service and retail workers also known as the ‘possibly’ unhealthy job choices to make.
Jobs highly likely to cause injury and illness were garbage collectors and highway maintenance workers.
If jobs don’t cause physical injury, often mental injury can occur and both types effect long term health and well-being.
Having said that there are healthy and unhealthy jobs – often the key is just finding the right job for the right individual. What is right for someone else might not be for you.
When starting a job keep the following 5 question triggers in mind:
1. Have any new bad habits developed?
2. How am I feeling?
3. Are people mentioning my health in a negative way a lot?
4. Do I feel like I am balancing work and family life?
5. What can I do to ease my stress?