The upside of working a dead-end job

11/7/2012 | Brazen Careerist

There's nothing wrong with abandoning the quest for wealth and power in order to take a modest job that you enjoy, writes Micha Boettiger, who recently decided to pursue a career teaching languages. "There’s something appealing and satisfying about leaving behind the pursuit of social status and trading it in for the pursuit of personal perfection. Beware, though, that abandoning the eternal hunt for power and wealth can make you look rather alien in an increasingly suburban world," he writes.

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