Locker Room Towel Boy for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
...hell, they wouldn't even have to pay me, I'd do that job for free.
I'd love to make the small to mid-sized, highly detailed props and small to medium-sized animatronic creatures for science fiction and fantasy television shows and movies. It's the sort of artwork I enjoy making most and I love the challenge of bringing another person's vision into physical reality. I also really experience a sense of flow when immersed in artistic creation.
Software development or computer science, due to the richness and overlapping all encompassing nature of the discipline and the fact that you have to work with abstract ideas and tools to achieve results that are measurable and economically valuable and relevant.
Second to that, an astronomer.
Be the chief artist that creates photographic or painted images for a company...
Actually,I'd love to be locked away in a loft,creating paintings all day and be paid very well.. ;-)
I've always dreamed of being a good programmer. That's why I would love to engage myself into a job where I'll get the chance of coding. I love coding and can do it hours after hours! Because through coding I'm able to create different beautiful and exciting things. After all, who is that much mad who will not be excited about own creation!!
Also the salary prospectus for the coders is very good. The coders get handsome salary nowadays. Also their profession is highly respected by the modern society. It is because the coders play a major role in the technological advances that are taking place almost every day. Whichever software related technology you talk about, there is some kind of coding behind that!!! And with coding are related the coders! Also technical hardware also needs the programming aspects. So the hardware section is also not free of coders.
Also for coding job, you need to roam around! You can sit at your desk and the do the job in a relaxed mood. Earning handsome money by sitting at the desk without any kind of physical Effort! Really quite a dream job!
So you can get the combination of handsome salary, respectable life and relaxed job with being a coder. What more do you can expect about a dream job!!!
by Brittany Kennedy 7 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 Wayne Brown 7 years ago
If you could describe your dream job, what would it be?
by ngureco 9 years ago
What Is The Dream Job You Would Love To Have and Why?
by Mutiny92 8 years ago
If you could have any job in the world, which one would you like? For me, I can cross CEO of BP out...That leaves me with my dream job of being a small business owner. Maybe a small accounting firm or consulting firm.What about you?
by TheBlondie 7 years ago
What would your dream job be?Mine would probably be working in television or movies, I don't know what exactly. Maybe in NYC at a studio or something...
by Perfect Shop Girl 8 years ago
What is your dream job? Do you have it right now?
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