So let me start off by saying that I've been switching back and forth between Sims 1, 3 and 4 and every time I return to 4, I fall in love with it. I love the visuals, the immersiveness, the character design, the lighting, the EPs and SPs you've offered so far. I think that Clubs are the best and most underrated addition to the sims franchise. I'm also happy to hear that the political career is back.
I am kind of disappointed in the job aspect of the game. It's not just because staples like the military and education track are still missing. Something about jobs in this iteration feels underdeveloped. AFAIK, unlike previous Sims, adults have no option to work at part time jobs like they used to in the past. I can't speak for anyone else, but I've always had adults in my games working those types of jobs as well and I feel like my gameplay is being limited now that they're missing.
Some of the job offerings seem redundant, like variations on or extensions of a preexisting career track. Critic, IMO, should've been branches of the Writer career, IMO.
I'm also not fond of how heavily skewed everything is towards web 2.0./social media/creative, etc. I get it. This is the Facebook/Instagram/Twitter generation but how about bringing back more traditional professions for the rest of us or for people who want to play sims in more traditional jobs? And please bring back military and education.