Happiest Jobs for the Graduating Class of 2014

Despite the economic climate or job market in which they may be launching careers, college graduates have long received a particular piece of advice — do what you love. But finding a career that meets the criteria may not be so simple. Graduates are entering a landscape rife with jobs that may not have existed 10 years ago and in which traditional 9-to-5 office positions are being constantly reshaped and reimagined for an increasingly global, tech-driven workforce. A study by CareerBliss, a fulfillment-focused job search and review website, was compiled to help the class of 2014 navigate towards careers that would provide the greatest satisfaction. They ranked the happiest jobs for young professionals.

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