Best jobs for people who love people, and how to go about claiming against an employer in Gedling for serious injuries
If you love to work with other people then you are lucky in that most of the jobs you will find will involve some level of interaction with others, and spending most of your time surrounded by colleagues.
However, if you really want to spend as much time with people as possible in your job, as you find this more interesting and motivating, then there are some jobs which may be more suited to you than others.
If you go for these types of jobs you should have less competition than going for more middle-of-the-road jobs, as those who prefer working alone or to have a little space from their colleagues won’t be looking at these jobs at all.
- Customer service. In many ways, you have to love people if you are going to work in customer service. Customer service assistants will have to deal with the queries of customers all day long, and be able to stay upbeat when dealing with angry or upset customers as well.
- Events. If you work in events, you will spend the majority of your time dealing with people and organising them to do the jobs that need doing. The actual event itself will be another time when you will spend a lot of time with people, and this will generally be the fun side of the events planning process, when you actually get to socialise.
- Entertainment. Working as a entertainer means that socialising and connecting with people is almost your entire job. For people that love working with other people, and making contacts and friends, working as a entertainer is the ideal job. Whether you work as a singer, actor, presenter, dancer or whatever, you will find yourself surrounded by others all day, every day.
- Teacher. This is more for people who love working with children, but there are jobs available teaching young adults and mature students which allow you to spend time with older people. Being a teacher puts you in a position of power as well, with knowledge to impart on those you spend your day with.
Claiming against an employer in Gedling
If you have had a serious injury at work, caused by someone that you work with, claiming against an employer is one of the best things you can do to get back on track.
The Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years’ experience with accident at work compensation claims, working with experienced personal injury lawyers who will work with you and on your behalf to get you the compensation that you deserve, meaning that you won’t have to go to court.
To start claiming against an employer in Gedling, call the helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to make a start on your claim as soon as possible.
Date Published: 25th September 2014
Author: David Brown