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One week Job ProjectThe review Ñ 103 Ô [KINDLE] ❄ One week Job ProjectThe Author Sean Aiken – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk When Sean Aiken graduated from college he had no idea what he wanted to do with his life—so he decided to try everything Thus began the one week job project in which Sean would work a different job When Sean AiWhen Sean Aiken graduated from college he had no idea what he wanted to do with his life so he decided to try everything Thus began One week ePUB #9734 the one week job project in which Sean would work a different job each week for a year Sean's remarkable journey took him across North. Normally I love books like this but this one didn't do it for me I had a problem with his basic thesis I don't know what I want to do after college so I'm going to do a bunch of different things Who cares It's not like the first job you get out of college defines your career Most people I know didn't even have majors that are remotely related to their current careerIt was also irritating how he did not describe many of the jobs fully just a paragraph or so while instead spent numerous pages upon his new girlfriend In the end it was neither interesting nor informative

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Uccessful and importantly what makes them happyOver the course of his year on the road Sean learned about work friendship love and life than he ever imagined This honest hilarious inspiring account is a must read for anyone who’s ever asked themselves “What should I do with my life?. Enjoyed this book There are so many gimmicky things around lately but this was a gimmick I was interested in It does bother me that he mentions his friends are the people of red paperclip fame which makes me feel like they sit around plotting on how to make money and get their 15 min of fame which makes me feel kind of duped But whatever OnwardWriting is decent for a book of this sort Stories are interesting I would have been okay with hearing less about his love life and about some of the jobs If you are reading this to hear a summary of 52 different jobs don't Some jobs he explains others he doesn't If you are reading this to see what he thinks is the best job don't He doesn't pick one If you are reading this to see what he thinks is important in a job and factors that bring happiness do

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One week Job ProjectTheAmerica working as a bungee jump operator tattoo artist auarium guide advertising executive brewmaster and cancer fundraiser In each new job he learned not only about himself but also about the people around him finding out what drives people to choose a certain career what makes them s. How cool is it to gain a sampling of one's 52 jobs over a 52 week period How bizarre when someone's outlandish idea catches on and makes a living for him How interesting is it to learn what motivates various people I thoroughly enjoyed reading this I say pssht to the reviewer who criticized the lack of job descriptions The point of anybody's time at a job is experience gained and relationships made not your tasklist No one cares what you know how to do on a resume They care about how you contributed to a uantifiable goal and they need to know that you have the know how to be able to do it again as is applicable to the hiring company Reading this allowed me as close to the full experience as possible I had moments of wishing I could high five the triumphs or empathize the pitfalls Alas it is a book But hey it is a book that you can read and I imagine it is still relevant if you are to read it again in ten years in pursuit of your work passion or even just as entertainment It's all good