I really enjoyed reading this article about whether money can truly buy millennials career happiness or not. This definitely varies from person to person, but I do think there are some very good points made in this article worth checking out.
Taking a salary cut for something like work-life balance or benefit options is becoming a lot more common and I can personally relate to this and understand why it's popular. Do the majority of us millennials all feel the same regarding this? Would love to hear your opinions.
It may not be true for every person in the top ten most satisfying careers that they enjoy their job more than others in a more traditional setting. However, one trend is clear. Millennials are more likely to pursue their areas of passion than their parents and will creatively find ways to pay the bills while they do it.