Landing your dream job can come with downsides, especially if your passions involve jobs with routine day-to-day tasks that you are less passionate about.
For example, you may expect to create fascinating algorithms in artificial intelligence jobs that will solve big problems but end up doing routine data collection and cleaning tasks.
A recent study named the gap between expectations and the day-to-day reality of jobs as "glossy work." The glossy work dissonance can cause employees to change jobs. Another problem is how to present the work and themselves to other people.
This can cause prospective employees to end up with false expectations.
"Glossy work" comes at a cost to employers as they have to manage discontent and staff turnover.
How employers can stop the "glossy work" cycle:
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