In an interview with FastCompany.com, Chelsea Clinton talks about job-hopping before she ended up back working with her parents in the family's charitable foundation.

Before settling into her current career, she worked in international relations, management consulting, on Wall Street, and then as a "special correspondent" for NBC News.

But she says, quote, "I was curious if I could care about [money] on some fundamental level, and I couldn't. That wasn't the metric of success that I wanted in my life."

It might be worth noting, however, that last year, Chelsea and her husband Marc Mezvinsky bought a $10.5 million apartment in New York.

Also, any doors she walked through were definitely opened by the mere fact that she's a Clinton.  And her silly little cake job for NBC paid her $600,000 a year.  It's very easy to say you're not motivated by money when you have more of it than you'll ever need.

She's approaching Gwyneth Paltrow-like levels of whining about 'White People Problems'.

She might want to pull back on that a little.