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When it comes to your career, should you follow the money or your dreams? Successfully blending the two is difficult and, due to uncontrollable circumstances such as a recession, it can be nearly impossible for everyone to follow their passions when it comes their careers. Some argue that keeping your passions in line with your career is better because it creates the challenges we desire in our lives versus doing the same monotonous tasks day in and day out. Others argue that following your passion is bad advice because “pre-existing passions are rare” and can cause job-hopping in order to find that job that truly makes you happy. Which one works best for you, a high-paying salary or a job you love? Please take our poll and tell us what you think! [poll id="137"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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