I find myself counting the hours until breaks, lunch, or the end of the day.
If I were offered a job with another company, I would only consider it if I'd make much more money.
I have trouble trusting my boss or my company.
My spouse/partner/friends tell me that I need to spend less time, or less mental energy, on work and more time on relationships and hobbies.
If I had to change companies, I would want to do basically the same kind of work I’m doing now.
My job leaves time and energy for relationships and activities that are important to me.
I often can't stop thinking about issues at work even when I’m with my family and friends.
I feel that my current job capitalizes on my primary skills.
I sometimes don’t feel confident about my job performance, even when no-one is complaining about my work.
I come up with ideas about how we might do things better or differently at work.
I feel my job allows me to contribute positively to the lives of other people.
I "waste time" at work: taking a lot of bathroom breaks, talking to co-workers, surfing the internet, playing games, checking personal texts and emails, etc.
I find myself feeling skeptical when co-workers seem enthusiastic about a task or project.
My job is negatively impacting my physical or mental health (or both).
My job leaves me time and energy to invest in hobbies and other activities I enjoy.
My employer asks me to do things that I don’t think are right.
I feel that my boss values me and the work I do.
I often think about how many sick, personal, and vacation days I have left so I can be sure to use them all.
On days off, I sometimes feel anxious or depressed when I think about going back to work.
When something goes wrong at work, I immediately think about looking at job postings, or actually do look at them.
I feel I'm compensated fairly for the skills, energy, and time my job requires.
When crisis situations arise at work, I tend to feel energized to rise to the challenge.
I spend my time off on activities that put me in "another world": gaming, binge-watching movies or TV, reading novels, marathon sports-watching, etc.
I can easily see myself working for my current company for the next few years.
My work tends to bring out my creative or problem-solving side.
I find myself thinking about problems at work while lying in bed at night.
I wouldn't necessarily say I love my job, but I like working for my company.
I fantasize about quitting my job in a dramatic way.
I am late to, or absent from, work for reasons I could probably control.
My income is adequate to meet my financial needs.
My job allows me to do things that are interesting or challenging.
I amd open to new challenges or new ways of doing things at work.
My spouse/partner/friends are tired of hearing me complain about work.
I feel that my job allows me to do things that align with my own sense of purpose.
I feel bored with my job.
When things are challenging at work, I find myself drafting resignation letters in my imagination--or actually starting to write them on the computer or on paper.
I use alcohol, drugs, or food during my time off to relieve feelings of boredom or frustration with my job.
The work I do fits with, and supports, my overall life goals.
At the end of a lot of workdays, I feel like I’ve been really busy but didn't accomplish much.
I sometimes feel my boss plays favorites with my co-workers, to my disadvantage.
I could easily think of 5 things I really like about my job.
I feel relatively secure with my company. I don’t sense that my job is in danger.
I feel that my company treats people fairly.
I feel the need to check my work texts, voicemails, and emails while I’m spending time with family or friends.
I spend my days off recovering from work rather than engaging in productive activities.
I feel micromanaged.
I avoid speaking up about projects or sharing new ideas so I won’t be asked to do more work.
I generally feel proud of the quality of the work I do.