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Millennials are known for seeking careers that are meaningful to them, ditching the notion that work is simply just a means to bring home a pay cheque. In fact, a recent study by job-seeking website, Seek, proves that Australians want to be fulfilled beyond finance, with 60 percent of professionals feeling "stuck" in their career, hoping that they can one day pursue a different job.

But while finding a career that meets all your values and goals is the ideal scenario, handing in your resignation letter and then figuring out how to achieve the dream role isn't always the most practical plan of attack — because let's be honest, sometimes pursuing your dreams can take a while, and often, comes with its own set of downfalls.

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In the 2015 biography, Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future, Ashlee Vance shares the story of how Musk stopped working with his long-time executive assistant in early 2014.

According to Vance, the assistant, Mary Beth Brown, asked Musk for a significant raise after she’d been working with him for 12 years. In response, Musk told Brown to take two weeks off, during which he would assume her responsibilities and see if she was really critical to his success.

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The way you converse with people can reveal a lot about your intellect; even if you're just discussing the weather. When it comes to projecting intelligence, it's not so much what you say as how you say it. Here are seven proven speaking habits that will cast you in the best possible light.

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If you're looking for work, it pays to know which skills are in demand so you can adjust your resume and pick up additional qualifications as needed. The following report from online recruitment agency Search Party reveals the top ten skills employers are currently looking for in each Australian state and territory.

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Resurrecting the dead, using code to automate your job, your favourite video game of all time, and what happens when you don't sleep. Also featuring an interview with Rooster Teeth's Gus Sorola about RTX Australia, YouTube Red and his useless psychic powers.