Gen Z ranks personal satisfaction in work as a higher priority than previous generations did. But building a richly fulfilling career depends, in part, on the structures and beliefs that shape the world of work. What does it mean to be “successful” in America, and what does it take to turn personal passion into professional success? Can the emerging generation of young workers in the United States change cultural attitudes toward work/life balance, the value of struggle, and the definition of success? Does higher education play a role in those efforts? How must the workforce respond to a new labor force’s aspiration to create the lives they want?