The major problem I had with this book is that it's not quite what I thought it would be. The other problem is that it was written by a 25-year-old for 25-year-olds. Apparently I require a lot less navel-gazing than other people my age. The One-Week Job Project is about Sean Aiken's quest to find a job he is "passionate" about. He travels around Canada and the United States in a variety of roles, boosted by some media coverage he received over the course of the year. I must have caught some of that coverage because I knew about the book before it even came out. I thought it might be a short overview of 52 different careers. Instead it was a somewhat pedantic quest for the author to "find himself." It also quickly devolved into a love story of sorts featuring, naturally, the author. It was an entertaining enough read but I can't say I'd recommend it. Also, I realize this isn't the best of book reports. But it's my kind of book report.