What Was Your Worst Job and What Did You Learn?


Written exclusively for AOL Jobs

A terrible work experience can forever discolor your memories of that job. Perhaps you and one particular colleague despised each other, but you actually liked the position itself. But when you think about your time at the company, you probably won't remember the satisfaction of a hard day's work because all memories involve that annoying, gossipy co-worker you wanted to lock in the storage closet.

According to a recent CareerBuilder.com survey, 29 percent of workers will look for a new job when the economy appears more promising, and 25 percent expect to leave in the coming year. Apparently plenty of workers aren't thrilled with their current situations and would prefer to be elsewhere.