Why you should stop obsessing about finding your dream job

10/17/2011 | Harvard Business Review online

Don't stress about landing a perfect first job because career paths are often long and winding, Jodi Glickman writes. Instead, find contentment through positions that help you learn and earn a paycheck, and take time to volunteer, she writes. This "learning, earning, and contributing" path will "get you much farther than nights of stress worrying about what interviews you'll get and which networking opportunities to approach," she writes.

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