How to uncover a career passion

07/1/2013 | Forbes

To find a job to be passionate about, job seekers should take time to ask themselves some questions about what makes them happy, career coach Lisa Quast writes. Other areas to explore include core values, definitions of success and what kind of work he or she hates. "For me, finding my career passion was as much about learning to understand myself as it was about finding a job that was a better fit," Quast writes.

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