At some point in their lives, people decide which job(s) they will pursue. External factors, such as job security and salary, often provide the impetus to select a specific job. However, internal factors, such as happiness and fulfillment, truly determine whether or not an individual enjoys his job. Likewise, every job has a purpose: to identify the criminal, to deliver pizza on time, to make scientific discoveries, etc. However, the real purpose of work lies beneath all of these: to serve and benefit the community. Although unique on the surface, each job is simply the means for an individual to best fulfill the real purpose of work. When an individual finds personal fulfillment in and upholds the real purpose of his work, he flourishes and continues pursuing his work. He not only produces tangible evidence of his labor but also feeds his soul and satisfies his search for meaning. Conversely, when an individual does not find personal fulfillment in his work and cannot understand how to uphold the real purpose of work, he withers yet does what he has to do to finish the job. He also produces tangible evidence of his labor yet damages his soul and wonders where he will find meaning, if at all. This exhibit portrays both the fulfilled and unfulfilled individual, with the first half corresponding to the former, and the second half corresponding to the latter.