There is an awful lot of pressure these days around the role work plays in our lives. It feels like it’s not enough to find a job that earns us money – we need to find a job that we love. It’s all about following your dreams and reaching for the stars. But is the ideal of a dream job really attainable? This article looks at that question from different angles, and talks to a career switcher, a happiness consultant, a professor and a writer. We learn that the definition of a ‘dream job’ is different for everyone. Some value having a good work-life balance more than having a job with a lot of status or a large pay check. And for many, happiness is not solely dependent on being successful at work. Chasing that ‘dream job’ is something you can spend your whole life doing. But maybe what we need most is to see through this illusion and carve out or own path to fulfilment.
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