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What is your dream job?

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  • What is your dream job?

    This question is in two parts, I suppose, although you might feel that one answer applies for both others may not.

    1. Given your education and what you have chosen to pursue what is your dream job for that particular field?

    2. Forget what you studied in school what would be the ultimate job in your opinion, for you?

    Here are mine ...

    1. Sound designer for audio post production film or video games.

    2. Game designer or cinematographer

    Let's see what you guys really want to have for a career!

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    football player (soccer)

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    • #3
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      football player (soccer)

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      • #4
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        Is there an echo in here?

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        • #5
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          hot chick magnet

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          • #6
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            Studio/Sound Engineer, while pursuing my own music career as a singer.

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            • #7
              Re: What is your dream job?

              Originally posted by Thai-Samurai
              hot chick magnet
              Gigolo then I guess?

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              • #8
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                ranked:

                1. Initially, getting a professororship at a decent research university in US. Then after some time (10 years maybe), opening a high-tech consulting company in Armenia, likely specializing in bioinformatics or applications of data mining in medicine. Ideally, then spending majority of time at the consulting company in Armenia and part of the time working with graduate students at the university in US.

                2. a hot chick magnet.

                3. a bum.

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                  my dream is not to work :P

                  but event organiser and photographist was something i enjoyed

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                  • #10
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                    oh Ari, I worked in photo labs and with pro photographers for 8 years. wow I loved it, the money was good too but no room to grow but be a pro yourself and it's hell of an expensie hobby, got even offered a job to be an assistant photographer to some hot shot news photographer journo guy (don't even remember his name David something) but anyways didn't want to be somebody's xxxxkicker and the early starts weren't suited lol

                    in finance/contract managing/auditing now, totally not what I expected to do.

                    dream job? well im working on it now, to have my own label out, hang on, it's almost out so yea. the ultimate dream would be to marry some rich guy or get adopted by some rich granny who will financially support my label launch hahaha
                    otherwise i'll be stuck working 2 jobs till i get my business going.

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