I have never had a real job. That is a true statement. Oh, I worked part time through law school, and have been an electrician's helper, mowed lawns, sold magazines, worked in a cafeteria, sold jewelry in a retail store, and various and sundry other jobs. I even clerked for a law firm in law school. But, after school, the last thing I wanted was a job. And, these many years later, I can thank my solo practice for the fact that I have never worked for anyone but clients. I was thinking about that this morning when I came to work, even though it is Sunday. Work isn't work if you enjoy what you are doing. Work is work if somebody else can tell you to do it, whether you want to or not. When you are deciding your next move in the real world, think about whether you want a job.