Member since 3/27/08
Date: 4/11/12 4:06 PM
The topic says it all I guess...
If you had a job and had the chance to quit and do something you really wanted without the constraints of money or benefits...what would you do???
You know...like George on Seinfeld...he liked baseball!
Member since 1/13/10
Date: 4/11/12 4:10 PM
That's easy for me; I'd do music (take lessons, practice, perform, maybe teach a little). And to keep the other parts of my brain engaged, I'd do some editing or writing, too.
Member since 6/23/06
Date: 4/11/12 4:30 PM
Museum curator. Preferably the Smithsonian Natural History museum... (I don't ask for much, LOL!!)
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|A Beginners Needle
Member since 9/3/09
Date: 4/11/12 4:40 PM
Honestly? I'd like to be a math teacher ... I've tried two years in a row now, and not even an interview. (I work in industry - have both B.S. and M.S. in math). I'll keep trying though!
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Member since 8/24/02
Date: 4/11/12 5:18 PM
Well, being retired I guess you could say I'm doing it... I read What Color is Your Parachute a while back, after a downsizing of my company. I took the test and it said I was an entrepreneur. That's what launched me into having my own business, and that was so much fun!
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Member since 2/13/09
Date: 4/11/12 5:42 PM
I would love to be a high end fabric buyer and have to travel the world to see and touch fabric.....
Member since 4/26/11
Date: 4/11/12 5:46 PM
I would like to be a teacher - which I already am! Nice to be working in one's dream job, thank God.
Member since 8/24/02
|In reply to A Beginners Needle <<
Date: 4/11/12 7:14 PM
Tina, wow, you'd be scooped up in a second around here. We are desperate for Math teachers.
I would be a home maker if I had my way. For a job that's outside of the home, I would like to be a nurse - an LPN. Not possible now though. I'd have to put aside not only tuition, but the same amount of money I'm bringing home now for the whole 18 -24 month program! Not happening.
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Member since 7/1/08
|In reply to shajarataddurr <<
Date: 4/11/12 7:45 PM
Me too! Wouldn't trade my "Hormone City" for any other job.
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Member since 12/8/07
Date: 4/11/12 8:12 PM
I really like my job...but...let's see...forest ranger (or working in the national parks) as in, "hi, where are you folks from? let me tell you about the area," which I kind of do anyway when people visit Colorado.
or...I thought I'd like to be an event planner at one time, until I talked with an actual event planner and decided it wasn't for me
or...novelist (what I wanted to be as a kid
or...of course, something to do with sewing/fabric
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