People who love butterflies seem to like to take time to enjoy life. They are not usually the driven, cutthroat, Type A sorts who never take time to enjoy nature and the world around them.
What is a good job for a butterfly watcher? I would say one that contributes value to the world: building things, helping others—even helping others build things.
What is a good place for a butterfly watcher to work? A company that values its employees and their contributions and treats them well, don’t you think?
Businesses related to homebuilding and remodeling often attract people who like to work outdoors, enjoy observing nature, and take pride in helping others build or improve pleasant places to live and work. If the owners or managers have a good attitude toward employees and customers, they can be very satisfying places to work.
For example, a company called Build-Direct sells building/remodeling supplies on line. So instead of dragging around through a bunch of showrooms, searching for what they need, customers can order from a huge selection of flooring, moldings, doors, and wood trim on line.
The company is dedicated to serving customers while providing a satisfying work/life balance for employees. It seems like a laid-back place to work for a living and to contribute to the comfort and convenience of others at the same time. To get a feel for what it is like to work for them, you can read some BuildDirect reviews on their glass door website. There is also a nice wikipedia page about BuildDirect if you would like to learn more about who they are and what they do.
Private companies can make a positive difference in the lives of their employees and customers and still make a good profit. In fact, keeping employees relaxed and happy is a great way to make customers happy. Happy customers are loyal customers, and that is great for business.
What the best job for a butterfly watcher? Of course, that depends on individual needs and preferences. Maybe you need to support a family, or maybe you really want to be able to travel to Costa Rica or Southeast Asia to study rare butterfly species.
Or maybe you just want a job that is not too stressful and allows plenty of time to hike in the country or sit on the porch with a cool drink and watch the butterflies in your garden. Before you accept a job that sounds exciting but may not make you happy, it is always a good idea to read reviews on line, ask around, do a little research to see if you can be happy there.
And that you will still have enough time to watch butterflies.Tags: good job, butterfly watchers, building things helping others, Butterflies