The most valuable jobs are not necessarily the highest-paying ones.
For Tina Fey, a career-changing job that she landed in the early 90s upon graduating from the University of Virginia barely paid anything.
It was a gig at an improv and sketch comedy theater in Chicago called The Second City, she explains in her book, “Bossypants.”
“I moved to Chicago in 1992 to study improv and it was everything I wanted it to be,” she writes. “It was like a cult. People ate, slept, and definitely drank improv. They worked at crappy day jobs just to hand over their money for improv read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com