Enjoying your work, or ‘job satisfaction’, is a crucial part of personal happiness for those of working age.
We spend much of our waking life at work. When things are bad, many people bring the stress and frustration home with them – but when we have a good day, it is a boost to confidence and a lighter spirit.
Types of Job Satisfaction
Overall job satisfaction is actually a combination of intrinsic and extrinsic job satisfaction:
- Intrinsic job satisfaction is based on the actual nature of the work and the specific tasks that go into performing the job. Careers advisors say that if you are dissatisfied with the kind of work you are doing, then you should consider a career change, as intrinsic job satisfaction is a massive influence on personal happiness.
- Extrinsic job satisfaction is related to conditions of work, such as salary, colleagues, bosses, perceived job security and office politics. If you are dissatisfied with the conditions of work, then you need to assess whether there is any likelihood or opportunity for improvement.
Job Satisfaction and Aesthetic Treatments
The non-surgical cosmetic treatment industry is one which appeals to practitioners for a number of reasons.
Firstly, it is for most an extremely satisfying and rewarding area. Seeing the difference that can be made to a person’s appearance as you deliver treatment is directly visible and enhancing. You also witness first hand the patient’s reaction of seeing their younger, fresher, more beautiful profile after injections.
Dr Sharan Uppal said recently on the SkinViva Training Facebook page
Joining the aesthetics business has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made!
Seeing a clients self confidence increase before your eyes due to a treatment they’ve undergone gives huge job satisfaction.
As for the extrinsic job satisfaction, practitioners in the cosmetic treatments industry are often self-employed and therefore free of bosses or office politics. Financially, it can be rewarding too and this continues to build as patients revisit for repeat treatments and word gets out.
Cosmetic Treatments Training
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