I've read about in in other thread... now I'm thinking, what is a bad job?
I used to think of mine as not good and I don't like it sometimes(sometimes it's cool and sometimes can be quite boring) , don't get as much money as others - is it a bad work? Most of my friends says it is not good, my family says it is bad. But maybe it is still not so bad though, sitting at home, pressing the keys and getting not big, but more than the average salary
From a managerial perspective, having a job should be a good thing and nobody should absolutely dread going to work. If you dread going to work, it's time to look for another job. The reason is because job stress will increase over time as a natural evolution of working. The pros and cons to this are that in pros it's the same amount of work, just a different kind of work. The cons to it are that understanding this means it's more mental than it is anything else.
I know people who work at home and make a great salary, but are no more happy because their home and their work are the same. I've suggested to them to rearrange a little bit and put all of their business stuff in one room, like an office, to help alleviate some of the feeling of it. That way you have a designated space for work separate from the rest of your living quarters to help keep the mental separation between work and home life. That's why people do things like organize or decorate their home office so often. To keep freshening up familiarity when needed to try to help.
I have this conversation with one friend about once a month, actually. He's a commercial server liaison, and I'm in retail/wholesale management.
I explained it to him as:
"You make more, but your prison and your living quarters are the same, so you never get out of it. At least I can treat mine separately and juggle/counterweight a bit."
That's the thing about working from home:
You have to make space in your home for your work, or the two merging will very easily make a knot of a situation.
When him and I were kids, he was mostly a PC gamer.
But given his career path and that he works from home from his computer, he's switched back to console gaming as a hobby to help separate work from home.