I’m all for people wanting to pursue their “dream job” and congratulations for being a success but, straight out of high school, what does a 17 or 18 year old know about what their dream job is?

It took me ten years after I graduated high school to realize what my dream job was, and then it changed, and changed again. After pursuing my “dream job,” I ended up being homeless, penniless, and living under a bridge for two years.

If I had a regular while I pursued my “dream job” i might not have been homeless. I commend you for being one of the lucky ones who was successful at their “dream job.”

nevertheless, it was a great post.

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Thanks in advance

ElbyJames is an American disabled combat vet exiled in the UK & a free speech absolutist. He’s an occasional Top Writer.

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A Grain of Salt | ElbyJames

ElbyJames is an American disabled combat vet exiled in the UK & a free speech absolutist. He’s an occasional Top Writer.