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If money was not a factor (if all jobs paid the same), what would be your dream job/career?

This also includes singing,painting, being an author,etc.

 


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TrinityAnn2
posted 12-Aug-2014 10:52am  
I would love to be a teacher
Galomorro
posted 12-Aug-2014 11:02am  
Something outside, like a park ranger. Very little human interaction but lots of animals around. No "dress codes."
LJD
posted 12-Aug-2014 12:05pm  
I haven't a clue. My life has been my children, family, so I guess something to do with teaching children. Helping young couples as they enter marriage. Recently I had a talk to my granddaughter who is getting married in October. Biblically, It is the job of the older women to teach the young women.

Here is a video that is funny, but truthful. There are other videos by Gungor. But, if all men and women were to follow the Bible's example of real love, everything would be beautiful.

Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 12-Aug-2014 12:14pm  
If money was not a factor, I probably wouldn't work at all, unless I happened to find a great tenure-track job nearby. I would probably try to keep up my research and publishing. I'd hire some in-home help for the baby, to allow me time to do that.

Edit: On second thought, if money really wasn't an object, my husband would probably quit his job and be a full-time stay-at-home dad.
bill
posted 12-Aug-2014 2:55pm  
Game designer, but it's not money so much as it being a brutal industry where workers are expected to work long hours, weekends, etc. on harsh deadlines under notoriously evil managers. But, otherwise, thinking up games would be fun.
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 12-Aug-2014 2:59pm  
While I'm not entirely sure about my current job, I'm happy with my choice of career. I would do it for a lot less money than I get now.
JessicaWoman99
posted 12-Aug-2014 4:54pm  
I am retired for good do not work for pay
CarlHalling
posted 12-Aug-2014 5:19pm  
My dream job would be successful (operative word) actor, musician, or writer. I've been paid for being all of these, but I've never been truly successful at any of them, despite in the case of the acting, phenomenal opportunities, which I serially blew.
RainingFeathers Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 12-Aug-2014 7:45pm  
Honestly, the one I have now. I've said for years that my dream job was my current one with double the pay.

I love working in child care, especially with the babies. Every day is interesting, exciting, fun, and rewarding. I wouldn't give this up for the world love
Irene007
posted 12-Aug-2014 9:17pm  
Painter (artist)
Irene007
(reply to Enheduanna) posted 12-Aug-2014 9:18pm  
> If money was not a factor, I probably wouldn't work at all, unless
> I happened to find a great tenure-track job nearby. I would probably
> try to keep up my research and publishing. I'd hire some in-home help
> for the baby, to allow me time to do that.
>
> Edit: On second thought, if money really wasn't an object, my husband
> would probably quit his job and be a full-time stay-at-home dad.

Baby? What baby?
JessicaWoman99
(reply to LJD) posted 12-Aug-2014 9:50pm  
Victoria's Secret runway model
Lysannus
posted 13-Aug-2014 4:55am  
Wine / beer quality control taster
FordGuy
posted 13-Aug-2014 7:36am  
Beer tester.
Lysannus
(reply to FordGuy) posted 13-Aug-2014 10:28am  
Great minds think alike raspberry
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to Irene007) posted 13-Aug-2014 12:37pm  
I had a baby at the end of June! He's seven weeks old today.
LindaH Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 13-Aug-2014 1:18pm  
Slacker's assistant.
dab
posted 13-Aug-2014 4:56pm  
For years I have wanted to fly a DeHaviland Beaver on floats in Alaska. Guess what I got to do this summer?
Irene007
(reply to Enheduanna) posted 14-Aug-2014 12:26am  
Oh my! How close-mouth can one be?!? I had no idea that you were even pregnant!
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FordGuy
(reply to Lysannus) posted 14-Aug-2014 9:28am  
Makes me thirsty man.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to Irene007) posted 14-Aug-2014 11:45am  
Thanks!

I made a couple of comments alluding to it toward the end of my pregnancy, but that was it. On the whole I tend to be very tight-lipped about my personal life here.
Irene007
(reply to Enheduanna) posted 14-Aug-2014 11:46pm  
Regardless, I'm so very happy for you and your mate! I have no doubt that you'll be a fantastic Mom! grin
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to Irene007) posted 15-Aug-2014 4:47pm  
Thank you!
jettles Survey Central Subscriber
posted 15-Aug-2014 7:07pm  
Gardener or photographer
Zang
posted 16-Aug-2014 3:52pm  
check Singing, painting, being an author, etc.
Maarten
posted 26-Aug-2014 6:08am  
Foreign correspondent.
Maarten
(reply to Enheduanna) posted 26-Aug-2014 6:10am  
> I had a baby at the end of June! He's seven weeks old today.
That's great news. Congratulations!! smile

Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to Maarten) posted 26-Aug-2014 12:17pm  
Thank you!
they Survey Central Subscriber
posted 27-Aug-2014 2:23pm  
Ugh. This survey is too close to home at the moment and makes me feel a little ill. I hate making big life decisions.
Nitroeddy
posted 30-Aug-2014 8:23am  
Professional baseball player.
Iseult
posted 31-Aug-2014 3:38pm  
Owner of catering business.
Iseult
(reply to Enheduanna) posted 31-Aug-2014 3:40pm  
Congrats, I'm so happy for you love
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
(reply to Iseult) posted 2-Sep-2014 12:35pm  
Thanks!
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