Ask the Readers: What Do You Love Most About Your Job?

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Editor's Note: Congratulations to Sam, Therese, and James for winning this week's contest!

For people who work a 40-hour workweek, almost a quarter of their lives are spent working. Many of people end up working more than 40 hours a week. Regardless of how many hours a week you work, most people have one thing that they absolutely love about their job.

What do you love most about your job? The hours? The benefits? The people? What about your job do you hate?

Tell us what you like most about your job and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Win 1 of 3 $20 Amazon Gift Cards

We're doing three giveaways — one for random comments, one for random Facebook "Likes", and another one for random tweets.

Mandatory Entry: 

  • Post your answer in the comments below 

For extra entries (1 per action):

  • Go to our Facebook page, "Like" us, and leave a comment telling us you did, or
  • Tweet your answer. You have to be a follower of our @wisebread account. Include both "@wisebread" and "#WBAsk" in your tweet so we'll see it and count it. Leave a link to your tweet (click the timestamp for the individual URL) in a separate comment.

If you're inspired to write a whole blog post OR you have a photo on flickr to share, please link to it in the comments or tweet it.

Giveaway Rules:

  • Contest ends Monday, November 14th at 11:59 pm Pacific. Winners will be announced after November 14th on the original post. Winners will also be contacted via email.
  • You can enter all three drawings — once by leaving a comment, once by liking our Facebook update, and once by tweeting.
  • This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered, or associated with Facebook.
  • You must be 18 and US resident to enter. Void where prohibited.

Note: Due to recent changes in Facebook's promotions guidelines, we have restructured the entry format of our giveaways.

Good Luck!

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I love that I'm part of a community that I've always wanted to be a part of, contributing to something bigger than myself. My job is only a tiny little part of the whole, but I know that my work is going towards something greater. I find the whole field exciting! I'm only at the start of my career and I can't wait to progress further and take on greater responsibility and influence in the industry.

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Alissa A

I like the students I work with each day.

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Elizabeth S.

Can I say honestly, the pay?

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Elizabeth S.

I "like" (love) your FB page!

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My husband and I own our own business. The part I like best is getting up in the morning and being excited about what I am doing for the day.

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MidSouth Mouth

My job is sort of part-time educational consulting. I tutor adult, ESL, graduate, undergraduate, and high school-level English composition, GRE-, SAT-, GED-prep, and study skills, as well as freelance proofreading and editing. I love it because this flexible work gives me a chance to meet one-on-one with people working toward their goals, and also because my job gives me a window into other's worldviews.

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In my small corporate department of 9 people, the boss hires as much for compatibility as skill set. Unlike several jobs I've had, we all get along great; there is no gossiping, back-biting or backstabbing. Going to work every day is a joy now!

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I love my job because I get paid to take care of dogs and cats, which I love. I love the people I work with and have the oppurtunity to learn new things daily. Some parts of the day are the same, but when I walk in the door, I never know what I'm going to walk into.