[B045] How to Land Your Dream Job, ft. Lillian Karabaic, Oh My Dollar

Create your dream job. Glitter optional.

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Show Notes

Today we don’t have a video, but we did talk to Lillian Karabaic from Oh My Dollar!. We talk about finding your dream job. Lillian has had several interesting jobs in her life, and she’s done what she can to enjoy what she does.

Sometimes, your dream job isn’t what you think it is. And sometimes you have to create your own dream. No matter your path, though, it’s possible for you to enjoy yourself and make a difference.

Lillian brings a dash of glitter to everything she does, from personal finance to job hunting. Let’s make it happen. With kittens!

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[B045] How to Land Your Dream Job, ft. Lillian Karabaic, Oh My Dollar was last modified: December 9th, 2017 by Harlan and Miranda

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