You're forgetting that I work as a sales personOriginally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 278754
My dream job would be to work as a therapist at Disney. Seriously. Combine both of my loves. Being a job coach at Disney would be pretty cool too.
I love people who work with big cats. I don't think my allergies would ever be able to handle that.
Currently I'd just like a job that I enjoy and where my manager wasn't a jerk.
I am very fortunate to be able to say that I have been working my dream job for the last 20 years. I am 44 years old and I am currently eligible for retirement. I really have no idea what my next job/career is going to be but I would like to do something part time where I am working with kids. I also see a move to Florida somewhere in the next 5-10 years.
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Wow, this is a hard question.
If I had the talent I would love to be a novelist.
This renews my faith. Thank you for sharing this with us! More so, thank you for what you do. I hope your next career is as fulfilling for you!Originally Posted by BUTTERHEAD1, post: 278815
Billie, I'd like to write too... it's that pesky talent thing. :D
Just had to look at your profile to find out what you do.Originally Posted by BUTTERHEAD1, post: 278815
It must be really great doing a job you really love doing especially if it's your dream job, so many people have to do jobs they don't enjoy these days.
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Well, I kind of have an awesome job right now. I have been a science teacher for over 30 years and for about the last decade have been the planetarium director for my school district at a great museum.
Now that 30 years, like butterhead, entitles me to think about another career as I can retire at any time from this job. I have said that I would like to work at WDW either in guest relations or "captain" one of the boats maybe from POR to DTD. A few visits ago I got to talking to some of the seasoned captains and they said they love their lives. They play golf a few days a week, and work a few days a week. What is wrong with that.
Another job that I think would be fun (not too old YET) would be to be a river guide on some nice class III whitewater. It would be awesome to get paid to paddle.