I'm trying to say something like "I can't seem to find satisfaction" but it sounds wrong. I can't just put it like "I didn't find satisfaction" because I don't mean it that way because up til now I have yet to find satisfaction.
I didn't find any satisfaction in those jobs. past
When I held those jobs, they were not satisfactory.
I haven't found any satisfaction in the jobs I've held. present perfect
So far, no job that I've ever held has been satisfactory.
I don't find any satisfaction in that kind of job. present
I do not like that kind of job. Such jobs are not for me.
The present can be used to describe a general state of affairs.
I can't seem to find satisfaction in such jobs. present
Identical to "I don't find" in terms of the time reference, but not as certain a statement. Something about yourself, or about those jobs, makes the experience unsatisfactory.
You're talking about previous jobs as past events and the fact that you didn't find satisfaction in them. "I didn't find satisfaction" means exactly that--up until now you have yet to find satisfaction. So that sentence would work fine.
You can also look at the situation from a slightly different perspective. Instead of sitting here today looking back at the past, you can characterize the ongoing process of moving through time from one job to the next, not finding satisfaction at each one in turn, and continuing to the present time. That would be the sentence in the title, “I enjoyed all my previous jobs but I don't seem to find satisfaction.”
I think "have enjoyed" would be more consistent with a continuing process. Also, you could tie the satisfaction more explicitly to the jobs:
I have enjoyed all my previous jobs but I don't seem to find satisfaction in them.
"Don't" implies that you are still in that situation and see the pattern somewhat as a characteristic of yourself. A variation would be:
I have enjoyed all my previous jobs but I haven't found satisfaction in them.
That is similar but implies that although that was the past pattern, you anticipate that it could change. You just haven't found the right job, yet.
Of course if you are a Rolling Stone, you could say, "I can't get no satisfaction." :-)