What Does A 'Good Job' Mean To You?
What your grandparents and you consider a 'good job' aren't all that different
Annafi Wahed left her job at a consulting firm in 2016, to work on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
When she approached her boss to give her two weeks' notice, he thought she was joking.
"I was up for manager that year; I was making six figures," Wahed, now 28 years old, told me. Her boss "couldn't fathom" that she was giving it up to go "knock on doors," and was suspicious that she was instead switching to another job in finance.
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