I do just enough work to get by agree or disagree? (job application) HELP
If you answer "true" to that, it isn't good. It means you do just the minimum that you have to do, and don't try to do more.
If you are writing a job application, then you shouldn't even think about writing this. When you do, it gives the potential employer the impression that you cannot go the extra mile in your work; you only work enough to get a salary.
No you should do more
Only you can answer this question. When at work do you go above and beyond what the requirements of your job indicate or do you do just enough work to get by?
If that's all you do, you're fairly typical. So many people no longer take pride in doing their best
To stand out among your peers and to shine as a productive employee, you must do more than the average. Mediocrity will rarely get you a promotion or a raise.