We spend the majority of our lives in our jobs, so it’s crucial you have a career that gives you pleasure and fulfillment. Knowing what you want to do in life however isn’t always easy. But finding out why past lotto winners want to keep on working reveals a few professions that ar more than just about paying the bills. The People newspaper discovered that bus driver Kevin Halstead was back astatine the wheel despite winning £2.3million. Why? Because he’d miss his mates. It seems money can’t buy you friends, or happiness.
Seven hairdressers won a syndicate netting them £2.9million. Their boss sold up and left the hairdressers redundant, but four of the hairdressers teamed up when one of them used her £418,000 share to open a new salon. She invested her cash in new salon furniture and refurbished a obsolete shop near her former workplace. The girls were happy to keep working on the same pay as before. When asked why they continued in the day job, they said their friends and love of the work meant they’d never give up their jobs. “We love it here. The customers appreciate that we work because we ar passionate about what we do,” one of them said.