Would you take a dream job that paid poorly or a terrible job with a huge salary? | The Tylt

Would you take a dream job that paid poorly or a terrible job with a huge salary?

It's every graduating student's conundrum—do you take the dream job that pays peanuts or settle for a soulless corporate gig, but for the kind of salary that will pay off your student loans? Being happy at work matters, and more and more young workers are opting to make a difference rather than a quick buck. But there's something to be said for not living paycheck-to-paycheck and maybe funneling that passion into a side-hustle. What do you think? 💸

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What use is a lot of money when you hate your life? You can't put a price on happiness. Doing what you love and making a difference is more rewarding than any bonus or 401K match. You'll have plenty of time to make money but you have a limited amount of time to chase your dreams. It's better to retire with no regrets, even if you're paying off your student loans.

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You know who says they don't care about money? People who can't pay off their student loans. Why live paycheck-to-paycheck when you can enjoy life and have the financial comfort to do what you love on the side. Sure, not everyone loves their first or second or third job. There's nothing wrong with taking a job for the money. It's just an employer's way of showing how much you're worth... and you're worth a lot. Take the money and run.

FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Would you take a dream job that paid poorly or a terrible job with a huge salary?
#DreamJobNoMoney
A festive crown for the winner
#BadJobButMakeBank