Sometimes it’s good to take out the earphones and listen

I’m a journalism master’s student on the cusp of jumping into the job pool. My story is echoed across the world as graduating students are constantly reminded that the most important reason to find a job is to secure financial stability. That those who succeed in finding the job of their dreams are the minority, ahead of the curve and able to ride the entrepreneurial wave. But what happened to the adolescent (and some might say naive) notions of following your dreams, pursuing your passions and finding a job that will help others?