Why You Need To Rethink Your Career Aspirations

Amber Gilliss

This is a great article from Askmen.com…”Good” Jobs vs. Happy Jobs

good-jobs-vs-happy-jobs-1073266-flash[quote align=”center” color=”#999999″]Taking a job, just because of the things you could possibly do as soon as you leave it is a fairly cynical approach to the next few years of your life.[/quote]

This spring, millions of 20-somethings have suddenly found themselves in a staring competition with the real world. For the college seniors of the Tiger Mom generation, this usually means a search for “prestigious jobs,” or jobs that can provide instant validation of their hard work. But there’s more to the real world than rankings and superficial expectations. It is useful for us to understand some of the factors that we use to gauge the “prestige” of professions, in order to truly identify jobs that will make us happy after college.

Read more: http://ca.askmen.com/money/career/good-jobs-vs-happy-jobs.html#ixzz2VrmRET9I