Career satisfaction or big pay cheque?
Now that you've left school or college, do you follow your heart and go for your dream job or try and land the best paying job available? We asked this lot if they want a job they love or just lots of lolly.
Sylvia, 19 Definitely a job that you love because no amount of money could make you happier than following your dream. I would love to work with horses.
Chloe, 16 I guess a job that you love. You need to earn a certain amount of money to enjoy life but it is important that you enjoy what you are doing. I would love to follow my dream of becoming a singer.
Hannah, 20 Ideally a job that you love but if you find a job that is paying you a lot of money, why not stick at it and when you've made enough, find a job that you love? I'd really like to become a nurse and help people.
Garth, 20 It's better to have a job that you love because if you are the best at what you do then you will always make money. It's also better to do a job that you love rather than a high-earning job that doesn't interest you. My dream job would to be a teacher.
Ricky, 17 It's nice to have a job you love that also pays a lot of money. You'll really enjoy yourself while you're spending the cash. My dream job would be a backing dancer for someone famous. I'm following my dream at the moment as I do street dance classes to keep fit for my modeling career.
Amy, 17 It has to be a job that you love because there is no point getting up in the morning to a job that you hate even if you are earning a lot of money. I would love to be an actor.
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