You may never find it. The perfect career sounds reasonable when you're just starting, but you may work your entire life and not find it. The important thing to remember is to continually assess what you enjoy in each job and what you dislike. If you end each day feeling good about your achievements, then you are at least content and fulfilled. And many careers will probably address that for you. There is no one ultimate career for any of us. My career was in computer, but the parts I enjoyed was having problems to solve, people to interact with, and the opportunity to work on new opportunities. Those three components are in many careers and could have provided equivalent success for me. Have faith, as long as you look for fulfillment, you will find it. If you ever keep a job just because of a high salary, you will eventually discover that you are wasting this one life. Don't let that happen. All the best to you.
I believe one of the biggest things to look for is what gives you joy. Create a list of things that make you happy and what you are looking for in life. When I did this a lot time ago I fell on the medical field. The reason I landed in the medical field is because I knew I loved science and I knew that I liked continued education and helping people. Once I found the medical field it came down to what my abilities were. I first started looking into nursing, but after time I realized it didn’t challenge me as much as I wanted so I moved to medicine to challenge myself. I love a challenge and that is what medicine has been for me. Difficult classes, but in things I love and enjoy.
Try multiple things out. I think something that can really help is look into volunteering or being able to shadow people that are in a field that you enjoy. If you are interested in business ask people what they do throughout the day and see if that is something that interests you. If you find something that you truly fall in love with things will feel right. That doesn’t mean that things won’t be difficult at times. But you will be able to look through those difficult times and see the end goal of becoming a business owner or a doctor and that will put things back into perspective.
I would say when you wake up in a day without unacceptable anxiety and stress, look forward to tackling the problems/projects/tasks in your work and you feel fulfilled or accomplished by the end of the day, you are enjoying your work and are on the right track for your career at this moment.
We may come cross bottlenecks in the career development but it does not indicate it's not " right".