What job would you do if you could?
There is a saying that if you do a job you love, you never have to work a day in your life. We all have to work to earn money to put a roof over our head and food on the table. Some will like their jobs, some will not like them and some will hate them. My question is this : If you could do any job, in the world that you would like, without saying silly things like "winning the lottery", or "marrying a millionaire", or any other such nonsense, what job would you love to do?
It would be interesting to say what you are doing now, what you would like to do and why you aren't able to do it.
Well, I am a nurse. I like it, but I always say that first I am a God-lover. So If I was rather like Mother Theresa or some Seer serving humanity, I'll be very happy.
I'm very practical though, and as such I'm in no hurry to do something which, if not handled well, can lead to many pitfalls and mental, social and psychological damage to other human beings. So I wait ...and pray ...and by the Master's Grace prepare myself ...ever so slowly, but steadily.
i would like to be a programmer bt for some reasons my study line is business administration
If I could, I'd be the locker room towel boy for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
I'd probably be a programmer... I'd love to excel in C# programming
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