if i could describe my dream job it would be something i wake up and want to do something were u dont know wats going to happen next.
My dream job would be to travel the world and write about my experiences in each country.
I like to write. if I could make my living doing it, I'd be a happy man.
My dreams include no avarice, so a comfortable living is all I seek in my dream job.
I would love to be a farmer with lots of land,so that i could grow fruit trees,I love trees and if they be my earnings also,what better?
I have travelled parts of the world and I would love to do more of that, so, my dream job would be to be an international correspondent, negotiator, or whatever would allow me to travel the globe with the expenses fully paid.
Something I love doing, doesn't include any stress and brings me a lot of money.
Maybe a full time novelist ))
My dream job would be a person with no debt good family and an easy life i don't really mind what the job is as long as those things are covered then i will be happy to clean toilets for a living i just want a happy none stressful life which is hard in these times
I would love to go third world countries and build hospitals and medical clinics. Also, I have a dream of consulting small businesses to build their business. This one is slowly becoming a reality.
Hi wayne, My dream job would be to work in porn industry but they keep turning me down as my price is too high, hehe, no my dream job would be to develop or get involved in future flying cars.
Well a job that allow me to relaxing and writing and just pay me for giving my opinion thats it.
It would involve lots of learning, researching, writing and photography. It would become more rewarding as more effort is put forth. Travel would be involved on some level. Six A.M. would NOT be involved unless absolutely necessary! =0)
Having a way to earn a reliable income while working for myself, controlling my own time, and making enough money while doing it that I could in turn help others financially to achieve their own dream jobs!
A good mix of passion and money. Name it as you want. That's my dream job
It has to present a lot of challenge and money. I also would like to work remotely.
by Brittany Kennedy 10 years ago
If money wasn't an issue, what would your dream job be?I think I would like to open up a book store, zoo or a museum. What's your dream job?
by alexandriaruthk 8 years ago
What is your dream job and what does it take to achieve it?Are you working on it?
by dailytop10 7 years ago
What is your dream job?Mine is to be a pro boxer. If only I have the body and discipline. haha It's definitely not a sport for lazy guys like me. But if you think of it, in boxing, you're being paid to be healthy. Setting aside the punches you'll be taking during fights, it's a win-win situation...
by Sundeep Kataria 6 years ago
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by ngureco 12 years ago
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