-Jess is offered a new job at a museum where she has been volunteering--and has only 20 minutes to decide whether to take it.
-To help her make her decision, she asks the rest of the gang to explain how they they decided on their respective careers.
-After reflecting on his life in both basketball and radio, Winston realizes he has made very few life decisions for himself.
-Schmidt reminisces about how his desire for a woman he met while volunteering at a hospital convinced him to stop being selfless, and get on his current career track.
-Nick reveals that he has actually passed the bar exam--he simply prefers to work as a bartender.
-Cece ponders a possible career change, and looks into becoming a bartender.
-Jess decides to stay at her current job, even though her school is over-crowded and many of her co-workers are uninspired about the job.
-She sets her sights on being promoted to principal, and replacing her incompetent boss.
-Winston quits his job.
She's looking for career advice, and your job could be done by a vending machine.Schmidt
When I think of teachers, I think of two things--Jessica Day, and pornography...where one of the characters is...a teacher.Schmidt