Everyone dreams of finding the perfect job — one where going to work in the morning feels more like a treat than a chore. But we also know that in reality, sometimes work is just . . . work.
It’s common advice to laid-off job seekers, especially during the recession, to find a passion and build a career out of that. But New York Times writer Alina Tugend thinks that may be unrealistic, and that by placing so much emphasis on being “passionate” about work, we’re really just setting ourselves up for disappointment. What about you? Are you passionate about your job?
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