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Whats your Dream Job?
Mantis
Brisbane, Queensland
1090 posts
What is your dream job? If you could do any job in the world (or outside it) and get paid enough to live comfortably, what would you do?

And while you should use your imagination and think big, also keep it realistic. For example, don't say astronaut if you are blind. But even if you are unfit currently, feel free to say astronaut if you feel that with the right support/time/help, you could become fit enough and be able to do that job.

Also keep in mind the negatives of any "dream job". Sure being a rock star sounds great, but there is still a lot of pressure and commitment to keep being successful.

So anyways, here is mine.

I'd like to head up a large research and development company doing work in fringe/future sciences. Managing and being involved in a variety of projects ranging from anything like exo-skeletons, to space travel/colonisation to medical cures. I love inventing and problem solving and coming up with wild and wonderful solutions, but i also hate doing all the boring leg-work. So thats why i'd like to run teams of talented people to get their thoughts and have them do the boring work. :)
There would still be some hard work and deadlines and making hard decisions, but i think the day to day work would be worth it.

So yeah, thats mine. Whats yours?

p.s. You don't need to say some big fancy job. If your dream job is to just feed homeless people and help charities (yet be paid enough to buy a house/car/etc), then thats cool too.
03:21pm 14/02/13 Permalink
system
Internet
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03:21pm 14/02/13 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
3744 posts
consumer tester of 1st class airlines,

(ie fly in first class to all sorts of nice places, and rate it)
03:26pm 14/02/13 Permalink
TicMan
Melbourne, Victoria
8450 posts
Finding, investing and working in startups in a similar style as y-combinator.
03:26pm 14/02/13 Permalink
fpot
Gold Coast, Queensland
22241 posts
Either being a professional sportsmen in a sport I love (there are so many) or a rock star.

Being a rock star for me would be a bit of a problem though. I reckon I would end up like Bonham and Moon.
03:43pm 14/02/13 Permalink
arkter
Gold Coast, Queensland
1209 posts
working at entertainment 720

03:43pm 14/02/13 Permalink
paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
17805 posts
Meth cook
03:49pm 14/02/13 Permalink
TiT
Brisbane, Queensland
5385 posts
Porn Star
04:04pm 14/02/13 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
3746 posts
Meth cook



*mental note, watch for paves "FS: buy my skyline" thread
with the opening lines of
"so I bought this sweet pontiac aztec..........................)
04:06pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Dazhel
Gold Coast, Queensland
5692 posts
The aztek is just a stepping stone on the way to a chrysler 300 and challenger SRT-8 of course.
04:14pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
13483 posts
Pretty close to what I'm doing now. I'd like to write code for myself with no need to pay the bills, and have time and freedom to just create something cool..
04:17pm 14/02/13 Permalink
reload!
Brisbane, Queensland
7200 posts
cosmonaut
04:29pm 14/02/13 Permalink
deadlyf
Queensland
2954 posts
Parking Inspector.

I'd honestly be scared of that much power.
04:36pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Enska
Sydney, New South Wales
1947 posts
Having a job that sends me all over the world to dig holes.
04:44pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Tele
Gold Coast, Queensland
336 posts
Captain of the USS Enterprise - Star Trek =D Or in today's time, Ive been thinking a Captain of a Big ship like a Cruise Ship or something along them lines would be pretty sweat.. However i am a dead s*** and to dumb so that will never happen.
04:51pm 14/02/13 Permalink
demon
Brisbane, Queensland
7089 posts
remote surveillance drone pilot
04:53pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Khel
Brisbane, Queensland
20640 posts
Develop original AAA quality games of my own.
04:54pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Pinky
Melbourne, Victoria
13909 posts
I'm with TiT. Hopefully in a different movie.
05:06pm 14/02/13 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
16644 posts
my interests change so frequently that i don't think there is a dream job for me.
05:39pm 14/02/13 Permalink
FraktuRe
Gold Coast, Queensland
4445 posts
Develop original AAA quality games of my own.


Same here.
06:23pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
21371 posts
Maker of stuff. I'd have a factory full of machines (not terminators, I mean lathes, benders, guillotines) and just sit there all day making stuff. Custom choppers (bikes, not helicopters), gokarts, fancy tables, whatever the hell else my imagination came up with.

edit: To be a bit more specific, I'd love to have the workshop this guy has / has access to (it's that uber computer desk thread from a few months ago) http://forum.coolermaster.com/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=15726
06:36pm 14/02/13 Permalink
trillion
Brisbane, Queensland
2809 posts
own snow lodges in a few different countries so I could follow the season and watch people overcome the learning curve until they are enjoying it. fairly satisfying to see
06:50pm 14/02/13 Permalink
trog
AGN Admin
Brisbane, Queensland
36724 posts
Astronaut for sure! Especially if I could go back in time and do it in the 50s and 60s when s*** was getting DONE.

Or professional football player.
06:50pm 14/02/13 Permalink
PornoPete
Melbourne, Victoria
850 posts
Demon that statement beside that avatar is gold.
07:08pm 14/02/13 Permalink
eski
Perth, Western Australia
1393 posts
Lindsay Lohan
07:22pm 14/02/13 Permalink
hardware
Brisbane, Queensland
10470 posts
I don't know yet, but it involves starting at 10am, finishing at 2pm and having an hour off for lunch.
08:03pm 14/02/13 Permalink
mooby
Brisbane, Queensland
6266 posts
I don't know yet, but it involves starting at 10am, finishing at 2pm and having an hour off for lunch.

come work for the bank. youd fit in nicely.
08:10pm 14/02/13 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
5758 posts
Mantis what kind of research do you do know?

Mine is a bit like TicMan except in Science. A not for profit company that that, instead of the standard waste 2 months on an application and pray you will get a grant, to one where we find researches from all over the world who have great ideas and great skills and supply them with initial funds to get them underway and in the game.

The other one is a pseudo-programmer in science.
08:37pm 14/02/13 Permalink
kos
Germany
2496 posts
Pilot, definitely, civilian or military, I don't mind.
08:41pm 14/02/13 Permalink
rrrocket
Brisbane, Queensland
1714 posts
Movies
09:16pm 14/02/13 Permalink
FaceMan
Brisbane, Queensland
9896 posts
An ALiens Pet.
09:18pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Taqtik
Melbourne, Victoria
43 posts
High Profile Actor or a Professional Cyclist
10:18pm 14/02/13 Permalink
sLaps_Forehead
Brisbane, Queensland
6278 posts
panty sniffer
11:30pm 14/02/13 Permalink
sharkuul
Brisbane, Queensland
572 posts
Craig Thomson

Followed by:
Immigration minister...
I'm soo sick of our piss poor immigration policies and d***less enforcement of our borders.

Closely followed by defence minister. Indonesia just spent 1.5billion on choppers and missiles whilst we cut spending in defence in record amounts.

Also indigenous affairs minister. Ill fix our traditional land owners and give them the care and attention they deserve.

Also a joint strike fighter pilot, porn star and professional gamer.
11:54pm 14/02/13 Permalink
sharkuul
Brisbane, Queensland
573 posts
Also coach of the wallabies, robbie deans needs to go
11:56pm 14/02/13 Permalink
Nukleuz
Perth, Western Australia
269 posts
panty sniffer


Troy Buswell? If you don't know who he is, he's a WA pollie that got away with sniffing a female pollies seat and making a derogatory remark at her.

Not sure how true it is but supposedly in Guam it is illegal for virgins to marry. So there are jobs where you get to deflower virgins, and you get paid for it. Probably stiff competition for those jobs.
01:44am 15/02/13 Permalink
deeper
Brisbane, Queensland
4182 posts
Sorry, I skipped all the contributions but for me it would be to find an honest answer to this question.

I am turning 32 this year and have no honest opinion about what I want to pursue. I envy those who can answer it and have some direction to pursue.

If you aren't sure what you want to do but you have an inkling of something to follow - just go with it and see what happen aye. Nothing to lose.
02:22am 15/02/13 Permalink
Nerf Lord
Brisbane, Queensland
7302 posts
Programming, but with success. (the current missing ingredient in my programming job)

Developing AI.

Developing a fully featured cross-field software platform for scientific research. Well optimized, extendible, access to cloud processing, parsers for each major format, every classifier that you can imagine, graphing tools, visualizers, javascript driven web access to results using the same code base with cross compiling, etc.

Full feature porn movies with plots. I have enthusiastic people, just not the equipment, time, money, or transport.
03:15am 15/02/13 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
5759 posts
Sorry, I skipped all the contributions but for me it would be to find an honest answer to this question.

I am turning 32 this year and have no honest opinion about what I want to pursue. I envy those who can answer it and have some direction to pursue.

If you aren't sure what you want to do but you have an inkling of something to follow - just go with it and see what happen aye. Nothing to lose.

This is probably true for everyone here. If everyone was to do their dream job for a week I'm sure for A LOT of them it would not live up to their expectations. What are you currently doing?
10:42am 15/02/13 Permalink
deeper
Brisbane, Queensland
4183 posts
I have a business painting / selling my abstract artworks that's kind of in limbo (website/email down etc etc)

http://www.facebook.com/elih.artist

I also currently have a casual job at a second hand computer place preparing for sale ex-government computers to cover the bills.
11:12am 15/02/13 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
13337 posts
Orbital debris remover. That would wild.
11:27am 15/02/13 Permalink
Monkeez
Sydney, New South Wales
175 posts
Valve!
11:29am 15/02/13 Permalink
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
35160 posts
team leader for a team of perl programmers
11:33am 15/02/13 Permalink
Red
Sydney, New South Wales
1033 posts
The first thing that came to mind was full time swift water or alpine rescue. I get a real buzz out of it.
11:43am 15/02/13 Permalink
Azaria
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
1177 posts
Yacht delivery pilot
11:58am 15/02/13 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
5760 posts
I have a business painting / selling my abstract artworks that's kind of in limbo (website/email down etc etc)

http://www.facebook.com/elih.artist

I also currently have a casual job at a second hand computer place preparing for sale ex-government computers to cover the bills.

Sounds like you're doing something you enjoy (therefore, dream job?). Cool stuff.
Valve!
Have you had a look at their Jobs page? http://www.valvesoftware.com/jobs/job_postings.html
Most people think of Valve as a company that makes video games—
and we are. But we also built the software that powers those games and the platform that lets millions of fans play, share, modify, and build communities around more than 1,800 titles. That makes us a full-spectrum entertainment studio. As such, our search for talent has taken us beyond the game industry and into the fields of architecture, economics, psychology, and industrial design. We’re not just growing. We’re diversifying. Where to next? You tell us. We’re after talented people with original ideas and the passion to realize them.
After watching Gabe Newell talk at some university in America, I really wanted to work at valve and I'm a microbiologist! (checkout their "Have a better idea" link).
12:26pm 15/02/13 Permalink
jmr
Brisbane, Queensland
7896 posts
Pro surfer
01:14pm 15/02/13 Permalink
BOOST
Brisbane, Queensland
556 posts
Deeper I thought you wrote articles for game magazines?
03:26pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Vash
3681 posts
Rescue helicopter pilot. After helping a guy with a broken femur in thick bush, used my GPS coodinates and bike to get the chopper to a clearing.
Always loved choppers but that experience sealed it.
03:30pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Slappercx
Brisbane, Queensland
1973 posts
CEO of a fortune 500 company and living in new york.
03:59pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Dazhel
Gold Coast, Queensland
5696 posts
I'll be a professional wet t-shirt contest judge if we're talking pie in the sky type jobs.
Otherwise a nice dev/dba job working with the latest cool tech and not decades old/difficult garbage systems would be my dream job.

Full feature porn movies with plots.

Doesn't everyone just fast forward past all those boring bits though?
04:51pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Mantorok
Brisbane, Queensland
6778 posts
04:54pm 15/02/13 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
3763 posts
really started watching it thinking what the hell indian food had to do with arse slapping

then I remembered it was spelt pataks
05:05pm 15/02/13 Permalink
thermite
Brisbane, Queensland
10767 posts
a porn star I guess

I mean a fat sloppy one like Ron Jeremy, except without the massive c*** :(
05:14pm 15/02/13 Permalink
maRtz
Brisbane, Queensland
3865 posts
05:14pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Fixah
Brisbane, Queensland
7214 posts
Football Manager of a big club.
06:32pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Mephz
Brisbane, Queensland
1317 posts
Fighter Pilot.
Eyesight too rubbish however.
06:58pm 15/02/13 Permalink
infi
Brisbane, Queensland
19509 posts
I would love to be the guy in charge of shutting down government departments and making people redundant.
07:11pm 15/02/13 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
3766 posts
I would love to be the guy in charge of shutting down government departments and making people redundant.


what, newman?
08:08pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
21377 posts
really started watching it thinking what the hell indian food had to do with arse slapping then I remembered it was spelt pataks

haha I did exactly the same thing.
08:21pm 15/02/13 Permalink
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
35167 posts
I would love to be the guy in charge of shutting down government departments and making people redundant.


in that case, i change my mind. id like to be the guy investigating whether current and former lnp/coalition politicians had used their political positions to further their business interests in obvious conflicts of interest or straight up illegal dealings, or even just providing contracts and jobs for special friends.
08:25pm 15/02/13 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
9888 posts
lol Spook.. if you got involved with the unions right now you would actually do kinda well I'd think... though you'd prolly have to hide your FB ;)


09:52am 16/02/13 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
9892 posts
I saw this just now and had to share.... I often wish I was in a position say something similar, and I hope one day I can (minus the boss trying to kill you bit).

for those who can't read the link it goes like this:

There have been some great posts in this thread, I'll give you a little story about myself and how I now have my own company and I am extremely happy.

To start never say never, when I was young I seen a tv add, it was about family issues, divorce, abuse, sexual abuse, drug abuse, abandonment, homeless issues. I said to myself that will never happen to me and my family. Little did I realise that I can now tick every box on that list as my life progressed. I was a intelligent child attended a private school and had a prosperous future ahead, then like a cruel joke, the cascade of that list started. My parents got divorced, I was sent to Alice Springs N.T to a terrible public school, teaching curriculum that was 3 years behind what I was learning at my previous school, I excelled with ease but was never challenged and lost all desire to succeed as the school would not put me up to the year lvl required to challenge me, I was 12yrs old.

After 1 year at this school after multiple attempts to raise my curriculum the principal of the school suggested I sit my higher education certificate for entry into a trade as he new I would not get the support in the education system I needed.

I sat the test and passed with a yr 11 equivalency score and was allowed to leave school and seek full time employment.

This is where the real story starts, I was 13, I entered the work force and became exposed to drug abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse. I was working on station 500km away from any civilisation, where I ultimately managed to escape thanks to a man I will respect until the day I die. My employer tried to murder myself and this man when we escaped. I say escaped because this was very much the truth.

These incidents led to a chronic drug abuse problem which led on for another 8 yrs of my life, this ultimately led me to being homeless.

Now along this journey I met people of all walks of life and learnt many valuable lessons which all account for who I am today, the biggest was never judge people as you can be utterly amazed at what and who some people are, on the surface may seem like an idiot or great person but this was far from the truth.

Along this path I had finished a trade as a roof tiler, I loved the job as it had excitement and satisfaction at what I had performed, ultimately I had Injured myself being uncappable of being able to continue that career.

After this I worked many jobs trying to find my calling, I had married and my first child was coming, when I met a guy that saw massive potential and intellect in myself. He gave me a job in the oil and gas industry where I was able to apply my intellect in catholic protection systems and project management.

After a few years I left that company to work for one our sub contractors where I gained experience in ground penetrating radar technology and geophysics, I had found my career. I was amazed and astounded it was like magic being able to see under the ground. I honed my skills and studied hard. My employer then handed the company over to his daughter which ultimately led to me leaving that company.

I then took the biggest risk ever and started my own company, I invested everything my family had, things were tough but I persisted and loved my job, we nearly went bankrupt but faced the challenges head on worked 15 hrs a day 7 days a week, I then surrounded myself with great people who had excellent experience, I now have a company with over 500,000 in assets and a turn over of over 1.5 million a year. The same guy that got me my job in oil and gas is now one of my employees.

Now I'm an employer and learning a different game, managing people. You must learn to work to people strengths, my view is different to everyone else, but through understanding other people's mind set and aligning them with my companies goals we are achieving great things.

I hope you can gain something from my story, life is hard, life is amazing, the biggest risk you will take in your life is not taking the risks. Find something you love, this can be a challenge but by taking these risks everyday you will stumble on your calling then its your choice what you do from there. You are responsible for your situation in life, this world is yours for whatever you want to make of it. Never underestimate or judge people, don't strive for money, strive for what you love the money follows, be good to everyone around you even the idiots and wankers they will learn from how you handle and conduct yourself. You will attract great people by the way carry yourself and how you view and treat others, be professional yet have a good heart, don't try to make money off people, try to help them solve problems money will come by being true to yourself and everyone else. Aim to be a meek person and family is the most important thing in this life.

NEVER SAY NEVER.

It's a universe of infinite possibilities. My best of luck to whatever you choose to do with your life. __________________
09:58pm 16/02/13 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
21386 posts
for those who can't read the link it goes like this:

I can't read that wall of text either.

Paragraphs mother f*****. Use them.
10:10pm 16/02/13 Permalink
Nukleuz
Perth, Western Australia
270 posts
Mantorok that vid was epic. Those arses sound so good. The 3rd from the left is damn tight... not a single ripple even when it was really getting a working over.

Could have been the two bigger arses supporting it though...
10:33pm 16/02/13 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
9894 posts
Paragraphs mother f*****. Use them.


no need to be so 'short' with me matey...

I'll look over the article again and see if I can redo the quote so it's easier to read.

*edit*


there ya go... try asking like less of a little b**** next time whoopie ;)
10:39pm 16/02/13 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
21387 posts
I wasn't talking to you, I realize you just quoted the article.
10:46pm 16/02/13 Permalink
mission
Brisbane, Queensland
8780 posts
in that case, i change my mind. id like to be the guy investigating whether current and former lnp/coalition politicians had used their political positions to further their business interests in obvious conflicts of interest or straight up illegal dealings, or even just providing contracts and jobs for special friends.


haha

well said
11:14pm 16/02/13 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
9895 posts
I wasn't talking to you, I realize you just quoted the article.


not at all - it's my misunderstanding Whoop. I apologuise.

11:31pm 16/02/13 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
9897 posts
back on subject...


What is your dream job? If you could do any job in the world (or outside it) and get paid enough to live comfortably, what would you do?



I'd like to run the family farm... though I'd revision it via an international entity that can see the way to see the property producing (legal) pharmaceutical crops instead of being stuck as cattle land as is the current state of affairs.


Essentially, I'd like to be a federally endorsed drug dealer... though I'm fully aware that only *special* Australians are allowed to do that

( I'd like to be allowed to grow poppies )
12:30am 17/02/13 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
21388 posts
Failing my "stuff maker" job, I wouldn't mind being some sort of pro photographer. Forget the fact that I'm useless at taking any kind of interesting pictures (lets pretend I am good at it), I reckon it'd be awesome to travel the world taking photos of different places, people, objects, etc for magazines, TV ads, whatever.
01:04am 17/02/13 Permalink
Phooks
Brisbane, Queensland
2467 posts
Organisational psych at Valve/google/other big hq.

Also someone on the ethics board on what to do once they map the entire human brain. That period would truly be filled with history making decisions IMO.
02:52am 17/02/13 Permalink
Nitro
Gold Coast, Queensland
2250 posts
Strategy & Operations Consultant. Fingers crossed will be a reality soon as I have a third round interview coming up.

If I had a Phd then I like Phooks' preferences. Add to that anything R&D at Google/Valve/Apple/DARPA would be very cool.
10:14am 17/02/13 Permalink
skythra
Brisbane, Queensland
6391 posts
No idea.

Probably why up to now i keep changing jobs when i hit the 12 month mark.

Currently in a job i've worked the longest in. I have a pretty big say in how the company makes decisions thanks to it being a small company. It is really rewarding to see them take my advice and see the rewards really strongly pay off 3-6 months later.

Up to now, that's all i really wanted, a job i could have influence in so it also was *my* job as well as a job. I dream of owning a business but i also see all the business owners i know and go "I don't want to be them" and i don't know how to avoid it yet :) when i do, i'll maybe go into it. Or not, i'll see how this job goes for a bit longer.

I think 90% of people wanting a better job is the wrong attitude in their current one. Because its really easy to move to a new job which is exciting at the beginning when you're learning new processes and integrating into the social sides, but quickly as soon as some people really start getting frustrated with small things they blow out of proportion how bad things are without just changing their attitude.

I'm that 90% every job i've held up until now (except maybe one job..). Got angry at management? Quit. Didn't like how the company made the same mistakes over and over? Quit. Etc. The one job i legitimately quit from was one where they reduced my hours by half and reduced the employee's to 1.. when i started there were 3 full timers doing the same role, with the workload spread between them.. i got good and when one left they didn't need to replace her, but when it became only me, on 20 hours a week, doing 3 people's 40 hours worth of work i lasted 3 weeks and quit the day they gave me an official warning because something was overlooked. Like no f*****g s***. They ignored my warning that i didn't have enough time. And bam.
11:02am 17/02/13 Permalink
Ospi
Brisbane, Queensland
374 posts
Pretty much living it, design engineer in the V8 supercars, tis the dogs bollocks. From here it's just learning more and moving up to the various European series.
04:59pm 17/02/13 Permalink
mission
Brisbane, Queensland
8782 posts
I like how infi hasn't replied.
08:40pm 17/02/13 Permalink
Rdizz
Germany
2325 posts
any kind of professional motorsport driver, be it F1, rally, DTM, test car driver the list goes on..

I wouldn't care about the pay as long as its more than im getting now which is nothing.
08:46pm 17/02/13 Permalink
infi
Brisbane, Queensland
19512 posts
I've already told you what my dream job is.
08:47pm 17/02/13 Permalink
pARODY
Brisbane, Queensland
1122 posts
Full time exploit developer cashing the cheques for big cash each month.
09:33pm 17/02/13 Permalink
Ha
64 posts
I am turning 32 this year and have no honest opinion about what I want to pursue. I envy those who can answer it and have some direction to pursue. If you aren't sure what you want to do but you have an inkling of something to follow - just go with it and see what happen aye. Nothing to lose.


just wanted to let you know that i know them feels bro. i honestly don't have a f*****g clue, but would love to.
09:40pm 17/02/13 Permalink
funky
Brisbane, Queensland
1758 posts
successful author

more realistic? fiction editor at a major publishing house would be interesting

ideally i'd like to get paid to read books, so maybe some sort of literary critic?

travel journalist would be pretty cool, paid to travel.

not really sure though
03:33am 18/02/13 Permalink
Infidel
Netherlands
4027 posts
I enjoy cooking and making people happy from my food ... perhaps a cook of some kind but its not a realistic line of work for now
05:07am 18/02/13 Permalink
Scooter
Brisbane, Queensland
6184 posts
Mapping Team for a world wide version of Hema Maps / similar.
09:27am 18/02/13 Permalink
Jack
Sydney, New South Wales
49 posts
I help run and maintain 10 or so Dayz private hives and get enough money from doing so i dont have to do anything else but play Dayz all day and night, there is some headaches of course but its pretty much a dream job. BRING ON THE STANDALONE!!
12:53pm 18/02/13 Permalink
Pinky
Melbourne, Victoria
13913 posts
Being serious now - probably being a chief brewer at a successful microbrewery. Only for 5-10 years though. Then sell to Lion for a packet and just live off that for the rest of my life.
12:59pm 18/02/13 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
13495 posts
I enjoy cooking and making people happy from my food ... perhaps a cook of some kind but its not a realistic line of work for now

You're swarthy aren't you? Open a kebab shop!
01:11pm 18/02/13 Permalink
Pinky
Melbourne, Victoria
13914 posts
Cooking is a good occupation - the only problem is the hours! Nights and weekends is when it happens.
01:19pm 18/02/13 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
13496 posts
Cooking is a good occupation - the only problem is the hours! Nights and weekends is when it happens.

Absolutely, I had a reasonable service industry career that I abandoned for code monkey lifestyle for this reason. Not having structured work nights/weekends is sssooo good I still appreciate it 10 years or more later.
01:44pm 18/02/13 Permalink
icewyrm
Brisbane, Queensland
2527 posts
I'd like to get paid to sleep.
01:59pm 18/02/13 Permalink
Pinky
Melbourne, Victoria
13915 posts
I'd like to get paid to sleep.

My mate worked in a 24h motel in reception. He had to be there on the odd chance someone would come in crazy late, which rarely happened.
02:02pm 18/02/13 Permalink
sleepy
Sunshine Coast, Queensland
2369 posts
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