The other day a guy on Facebook asked a question in a group where I'm a member. He asked "What do you guys do when you're bored?" The answers that the other guys gave were all across the board: swimming, read books, go on Facebook, drink scotch, any random thing you could imagine.
A lot of young adults, myself included, followed the traditional career model growing up. You get good grades in high school. Then you go to college, work hard, do an internship, try to network, then graduate. After a lot of job applications and a couple years working low wage jobs, you land an entry level position in your field and everything is good. You slowly work your way up and get progressively more and more money. That’s how it’s supposed to work right?