What would your "dream job" be? 

Something that you would want to do badly enough to move anywhere, show up early for, and could not imagine retiring out of. 

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I've got two: A novelist sucessful enough to write as a sole source of income.

                  Or

                  Horse Patrol Police Officer.

Half way to going back to school for my MBA and to change careers I guess I would say my #1 looked at future career to be Management Consultant.

 

I could also take the dream job of being a "trust fund baby" and just not work ever again.

that appeals to those with a mental illness.

Owning enough rental property and fast food franchises to never actually work.

I would like to live through a harrowing adventure. Go through a journey that would challenge my mind, my soul, and test my spirit and intellect. Filled with Mayan natives bent on hunting me down and cannibalizing me. Armed with my weapon, my wits, and my will, I would get through starvation, getting lost in untamed wilderness, hostile natives, and survive through it all to accomplish my mission. I would bed many beautiful women in the process.

I would like to relive the glories and awesome experiences of the conquistadors, discoverers of this new world we live in today. I think I would make a pretty decent modern day conquistador.

 

 

I think I'm confident enough in my history to say that the Conquistadors did not discover the world we live in today.

1. Hang Gliding Instructor

2. Video Game Designer

3. Graphic Designer

4. Bar Owner

Video game journalist.

A graphic designer and a firefighter

I must be in my dream job, because I can't imagine ever retiring... I can't afford it.

That might not be the deciding factor in what your "dream job" would be. 

Writer. I can't imagine anything more fun than to have three or four stories cooking at one time, maybe a script or two, and in seeing something I wrote in someone else's hands poolside as a vacation companion or used as an excuse to eat overpriced popcorn at the theater.

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