Actually I have found many ideal jobs! I think the reason for this is to remain open and flexible in trying new things which also can be very rewarding. I'd suggest starting in a position that sounds interesting to you. Keep in mind that all jobs have pros and cons. By knowing what your priorities are (flexible hours, work that impacts others, salary, benefits, etc.) you can focus on the fact that you're in a position that allows you to address your priorities. After giving a position enough time, preferably a year, you can try something else. Meanwhile take advantage of volunteer opportunities which will give you insight and experience in a variety of fields.
When I retired, I took on volunteer positions for quite a variety of organizations which I had never experienced before including assisting at a kindergarten, program for refugees, mentor to a woman in prison, food server to the homeless and write articles for several nonprofits. I feel like once again I am in an ideal job!