Dream Job Elusive for Most, Survey Finds A survey of 6,000 fulltime workers, taken by the online job site CareerBuilder.com and The Walt Disney Company, finds that four out of five people say they are not in their dream job. On the positive side, police and firefighters are most likely to say they've got the ideal job, followed by teachers and real estate professionals.

Dream Job Elusive for Most, Survey Finds

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