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  1. 4 out of 5

    Zoe Pillar

    Even if you don’t hate your job this book is full of invaluable careers advice, especially for freelancers out there. Inspiring.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Woodward

    I thought the author was incredibly impressive - she has worked out more at 25 than I have 10 years later. I enjoyed her approach to career change and it’s a nice mixture of practical, and story-telling. It’s a very quick read, so I would have liked a summary of all of the careers she tried. Lots of the ones she described gave me food for thought.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Natasha Giroux

    I heard about this book through the Squiggly Career podcast at just the right time for me: I had been working with a coach on making change in my career trajectory and was at a cross roads where I needed some inspiration. This book will really speak to many in their 20s who went to university, ended up in a ‘good job’ not long after and now wonder why they’re not happy. Not only does Rosen chime a note in this way, but the book is full of practical advice and inspiration for making a change and I heard about this book through the Squiggly Career podcast at just the right time for me: I had been working with a coach on making change in my career trajectory and was at a cross roads where I needed some inspiration. This book will really speak to many in their 20s who went to university, ended up in a ‘good job’ not long after and now wonder why they’re not happy. Not only does Rosen chime a note in this way, but the book is full of practical advice and inspiration for making a change and doing something about how you feel. Whether you want to try 25 jobs before you turn 25 or not, this book is exactly what most career-confused 20-somethings need to read right now.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    Interesting mix of memoir and career advice, with some really useful thought provoking questions. The sections on the more systemic side of things (the future of work etc) left me wanting more, but the personal side has given me something to think about.

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