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    (Original post by M14B)
    Bed tester
    Wall obserever is better dude
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    (Original post by BirdIsWord)
    A memeologist?
    yes, thank you for articulating it.

    (in other news, your username is great. I almost went with something similar: BirdIsSurd)
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    Wall obserever is better dude
    Definitely not.
    In order to test the bed you must sleep on it.
    So you get paid to sleep
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    Football manager of a premier league club... My god would i kill **** there😩☝🏼️☝🏼


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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    Either a surgeon or...

    Medical research scientist in America (better pay and tech). Can't do this one though.
    Cousin just finished his grind through the american med training system: 4 years unergrad, 4 years med, 5 years surgery residency, 2 years neurosurgery fellowship. His offer as an attending neurosurgeon is slightly under $300k a year.. Pretty lucky as he got med school paid for by a scholarship and stipend, his wife is also going to be an attending doc in a couple years too - their household income is going to be insanity.

    Only thing is, it's pretty difficult to transition from here to the states without undergoing more training. Training in specialist areas is also not as open to foreign med grads.


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    I don't quite understand the second question- isnt it the same question as the first
    Lol that's boring af

    Why not something interesting like an astronaut or a scientist or something else that's cool
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    If I could have any job in the world, I'd be a camera(wo)man for a David Attenborough show (or similar).

    In reality, I'm studying medicine to become a doctor.
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    Legal officer for the United Nations or Lawyer at the Hague.

    Ultimately I would want to be a judge, but that will require decades of experience.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Footballer without a doubt. Or professional quizzer.

    Alas, I am pursuing actuarial science.
    For what team?
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    a doctor. like the ones from Brazzers.
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    For what team?
    Somwehere in the premier league, Arsenal would be ideal
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    Air Traffic Controller.
    I want to apply when I'm 19, but less than 1% people get accepted ...but still my dream job
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    (Original post by lolatmaths)
    a doctor. like the ones from Brazzers.
    LOOOOOOOOOOL I'm weak :clap2::congrats:
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Somwehere in the premier league, Arsenal would be ideal
    YES! A gooner like me
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Cousin just finished his grind through the american med training system: 4 years unergrad, 4 years med, 5 years surgery residency, 2 years neurosurgery fellowship. His offer as an attending neurosurgeon is slightly under $300k a year.. Pretty lucky as he got med school paid for by a scholarship and stipend, his wife is also going to be an attending doc in a couple years too - their household income is going to be insanity.

    Only thing is, it's pretty difficult to transition from here to the states without undergoing more training. Training in specialist areas is also not as open to foreign med grads.


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    Lol that's all good but I said I'll want to only go to the States if I choose medical research or if I wanted to become a scientist (preferably physics).

    If I choose surgery, the UK is enough for me. The pay for neurosurgeon here goes 6 figs.

    Though I don't really understand the extra training.
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    (Original post by M14B)
    Definitely not.
    In order to test the bed you must sleep on it.
    So you get paid to sleep
    Wall observer is more philosophical and has better career prospects .
    When you see a wall observer you wonder what does this guy think when he is watching the wall , he must be so wise .
    Also god will burn bed testers in hell one day because they have commited ....... SLOTH ! ! !
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    My dream jobs would be to do any of my personal hobbies and interests daily and get paid for it lol

    But yh, they are: chef / ancient greek historian / cricket commentator
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    US Marine.

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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    Lol that's all good but I said I'll want to only go to the States if I choose medical research or if I wanted to become a scientist (preferably physics).

    If I choose surgery, the UK is enough for me. The pay for neurosurgeon here goes 6 figs.

    Though I don't really understand the extra training.
    Ahh, fair! So how come physics research isn't your dream job?

    True, especially if you dabble in private practice.

    Extra training is pretty long, you don't become a 'fully fledged' doc until after several years of specialist training in the UK.
 
 
 
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