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How to Find a Career You'll Love

Picking a career can be very difficult. 
What do you want to be when you grow up? A lawyer. An engineer. A math teacher. A firefighter. A scientist. The choices are endless. There are no shortages of books, either, that provide advice such as, “Follow your passion” or “Do what you love and you will never work a day in your life.” After having done these things, many people still find themselves not satisfied in their work. The Washington Post published an article in 2013 in which it cited that only 13% of employees worldwide were “emotionally invested in their work and focused on helping their organizations improve” [source]. Forbes magazine, on the other hand, reports that job satisfaction has been on a decline since the 1980s [source].   
Are we doomed to this depressing work culture or is there a better? I believe there is a better way. 
In this article, I want to talk about my own journey to the career that I have today and what I have learned over the years about what it means t…

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