I am 20 years old. I'm currently working as a waiter, my second time working in the restaurant industry. I haven't enjoyed any of my past jobs at all, with the exception of two window companies that I worked for, who were both managed efficiently and otherwise were good and just to me, the employee. The problem is, I don't like any of the jobs that I have worked at so far. I think it is very difficult to find a job that I like. I have been getting positive comments from managers who notice my hard work at this restaurant I work at now as a waiter. Yet I do not like being a waiter. I work nights and I always dread going into work because I know that I'm about to have to do work that I have absolutely zero passion for and even more than that, I don't even care if I get fired. Every night that I work, I have trouble sleeping. Last night, I got home at 11pm and it took me until 3am to fall asleep. My first week on the job, it was not possible for me to sleep for the first two nights, I was awake the entire time I was in the bed. I felt and still feel really worked up about something, still not sure what, but I was angry about where I work and the employees there who I work with, also. I don't like them very much. I was feeling so terrible last night after work that (after tossing and turning for so long) I wrote in my journal at around 2:30am that I didn't even care if I died. So enough of the drama and feeling sorry for myself, my question is: how do I find a job that I will actually enjoy? I read in Dr. Robert Glover's book "No More Mr. Nice Guy", that to find a job you love working at, you need to find your passion, and also consider where you'd work if money was no object. Well, I don't really know how to interpret that or act on that. Does that mean that I should try to get a job at a gun store, if my "passion" is guns? I'm not sure if I am necessarily passionate about guns, but I do like guns, and I have for many, many years (even when my parents frowned upon it). I feel sometimes "passionate" about history, as I like history a lot and am very interested in it, but I'd never want to teach history (a lot reasons on that). How do I find (what I'm passionate about in order to find) a job that I like, then? I was interested in making money, so I became a waiter, the same reason why I took all the jobs I've had in the past. Yet I hate this job and almost all of the other jobs I've had in the past. There isn't much that I am passionate about in my life, and I don't understand what distinguishes being "passionate" vs. liking something as a hobby or what-have-you. How do I figure this out? Thank you so much, I appreciate any assistance.