How to get your dream job (no, seriously)
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What was your dream job when you were a kid? How did it change as you got older? On this episode of Pocket Money, we're putting the dream job in the interview seat and checking its resume.
We're speaking with some interesting characters to understand what makes us tick, how we can better think about our lives and our careers, and if the concept of a dream job actually exists in reality. Whether you're deciding how to choose a career or feel like you're at a dead end, this is the podcast for you.
And a very special thanks to our wonderful dreamers, Abigail, Toshan, Sriyan, Sophie, Lexi, Tim, Jai, Kara, Max and Lydia. The team at Finder wish you luck in your future careers!
Mentioned in this episode
- Jane Jackson, Career Management Coach
- Ben Southall's Best Life Adventures
- Phil Davis of the GWS Giants
- The GWS Giants play out of GIANTS Stadium in Sydney Olympic Park, for more visit giants.afl
- Book: Grit by Angela Duckworth
- Book: Lost Connections by Johann Hari
- The 2017 Imagination Report
- World Happiness Report 2017
- The highs and lows of being drafted into the AFL
- CHART: The Average NBA Player Will Make A Lot More In His Career Than The Other Major Sports
- Apollo 11 – Mission Day Audio – Day 1
- Guy Snares 'Best Job in the World' As Caretaker
- Tourism Queensland | The Best Job In The World [case study]
- Vanilla Ice – Ice Ice Baby
- Swimming sound
- Greatest after-siren goals through history | AFL
- Gary Vaynerchuk: Building Personal Brand Within the Social Media Landscape – Web 2.0 Expo NY
- Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address
Additional sound and effects provided by Logic Pro Sound Library and Storyblocks
- Elastic Vibe by Viz Moran
- Daydream by Ian Locke
- Through The Fire by Michael Shynes
- Daydreaming by Ian Post
- Circus Clown by Ian Post
- Pocket Money Theme by Bamby Media
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Pocket Money is hosted by Sally McMullen and Marc Terrano. The show is produced by Franko Ali. Editing and theme music from Brianna Ansaldo of Bamby Media.
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