14. You use your time constructively, and while you may get bored once in awhile, you're mostly on-task and ready for action.
15. You feel like you are in the right field for your interests, skills and personality.
16. You are up for promotion and feeling positive about it going through.
17. There may be some repetitive or boring parts about your job, but for the most part you are stimulated.
18. You don't feel too exhausted at the end of the day.
19. Stressful situations may arise, but you don't feel too overwhelmed or stressed-out on a regular basis.
20. Even though you may be using most or all of your potential, you really want to do things better.
21. You feel healthy at work and don't regularly worry or feel sick about going in the next day.
22. You have no problems making your job interesting (in a good way).
23. You don't feel stuck at your job, there's room to move forward.
24. You started your career because you were genuinely interested in it, not solely because you needed the money or someone coerced you into it.
25. Fear of debt or not being able to find another job aren't the sole reasons you're sticking around.
0-5: You have little to no satisfaction with your work. You may have started your career choices based on salary or with the pressure or suggestion of someone else, or you may just be revaluating what you've gotten into. You may feel undervalued, or a job that was once challenging is now at a standstill. See you if you can find new tasks to take on to challenge yourself or if it's the lack of solid relationships with the people you work, you may want to stick it out and try to get to know people a little better. If all else fails, consider whether it's the job itself or the company that is making you unhappy and find a place or career that changes that.
6-10: You have some satisfaction with your job, whether it's the relationship you've developed with the people you work with or the work itself that you're doing. You could still be getting your feet wet, but if you're not, you may want to figure out where this career is taking you and find new challenges to ready yourself for a promotion or a change of employer.
11-15: Overall, you're satisfied with your job, but you may feel a little overwhelmed or stressed. You wish that you had more time to balance your work and personal life. While it may be near impossible to cut back on your workload, see what you can do to balance it with your personal life before you burn yourself out.
16-20: You are really satisfied with your job and while you look around once in a while and research different companies, it's only because you want to consider your options, know your value, and keep your mind on where your career is heading.
20-25: Congratulations! You have found a job where you feel valued, challenged and balanced. Money isn't the sole driver of getting you out of bed in the morning, passion is, and you actually look forward to new assignments as a way to grow and learn at your career.