What do the highs and lows have in common?

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question

a. What do the highs and lows have in common?

b. If any plateaus what did you do to change the slope?

STudents response

 

In my years of time working I would say that looking back now at my first job I will place it ranking at a 5. Since it was my first job I didn’t really have anything to compare it to. I was happy that I had a job but I knew it wasn’t a job I wanted for the rest of my life. Looking at the graph I know there was a lot of fluctuation with my job satisfaction. What I realized between the highs and the lows is that they both do not last for a long time. The high usually lasts for about a year, then it becomes a low. There is no plateau during the highs and lows. The only time there is a plateau is during year 6 and 7. I was working at an elementary school as an instructional aid for special Ed   I really enjoyed the job. However, the second year there is about the time I graduated college so I wanted a different experience but because I enjoyed the education setting at that point in time I decided to teach English abroad. That caused for my job satisfaction to peak at it’s all time high. I think because for once I was the one in charge of picking who my employer was going to be and that helped me feel more satisfied. Unlike working in the USA, yes I was interviewing for different schools but because I was in high demand I was the one who got to choose where to go instead of waiting for an employee to let me know if I got the job or not. I think that is what contributed a lot to my highest job satisfaction.