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I'd like to think I'd be qualified, and on reasonable money, and generally quietly enjoying my career.

I'd also like to be married by then, and have one or two of (hopefully) two or three children.

Hopefully very, very slowly paying off a mortgage too.

Ah, what dreams.

Oh, and to be in half decent shape, to have recorded at least three albums, to have at least one dog and at least five guitars and a drum kit.

What a time to be alive.
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Taking off from London Heathrow as a first officer pilot. Working with British Airways and living in London (if things go to plan)
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Hopefully have a degree in Primary Education with QTS. Graduate from Kingston/St Mary's university.

Knowing how to speak Japanese/Korean/Mandarin.

Obviously a Primary School Teacher.

Travelling to as many countries as possible. Live in Korea/Japan for under a few years.

Living in a big house near the beach in the UK.

Married with 1 boy and 1 girl (preferably non identical twins) along with another adopted kid. A Kitten/Rabbit.
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(Original post by Stefano93)
By 2025, what kind of things do you hope to achieve and what kind of position would you see yourself in? Could be in a job you love or have a family of your own, kids etc
I hope to be CPO of TSR and host crazy parties for TSR members.
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(Original post by Biryani007)
Have a degree, be married to the man of my dreams and have two kids
But I don't want kids. Marriage is okay though.
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(Original post by donutaud15)
I'll be 33, hopefully with a PhD and a mother

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PhD in what subject? Do you want to work in academia or do you just want the PhD?
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(Original post by TurboCretin)
Do you think you'll adopt your mother, or grow one in a pot?
She will change your sex, replace your genes, replace your full name and fully age you to an elderly state.
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(Original post by Plasmapause)
Get into Manchester University (hopefully!), get my computer science degree + industry experience. Then relocate to Canada and get that Data Analyst (or one of the other careers) either at Digital Extremes or Electronic Arts.

Or maybe I might grab some friends and set up an IT solutions company. Who knows.
What does a Data Analyst do? And why Canada? And why Manchester University?
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Psychologist or teacher
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(Original post by Juichiro)
PhD in what subject? Do you want to work in academia or do you just want the PhD?
medieval studies hopefully and yes academia

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A neurologist, in a serious relationship, living in London, hopefully would have finished writing my first bestselling book
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If only the thread title said 5 years... I could have made the 20.20 vision joke :sad:
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I wanna have a lambo in 10 years.
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10 years time...

I probably would have done my degree in Computer Science or Economics, being in some kind of decent job with good job prospects and salary with my own home
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Still single because white girls are not into Oriental guys. Maybe the younger ones would be more open to the idea and me looking young for my age can take advantage of that once they are in their 20s.

Meh who am I kidding I have never seen a teenage white girl dating an Oriental guy either. :sigh:
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I'll be 27 sooo..

A number of situations:

Just going into my second year of an MBA at Harvard/Stanford/Tuck/LBS/Sloan

A Senior Consultant at a top consulting firm

Working on my own VC-funded tech startup

Just finished my PhD in Comp Sci and heading into an algo trading/quant role in finance.

Somehow end up in Private Equity and be an associate in a fund.

Personal:

Have a long term girlfriend/meet one at B-school

Be fairly well off financially in order to support my mother and other siblings

Still be quite humble and discovered a bit more about myself (especially how I fit into the world).

Start thinking about kids and living the expat life I had as a kid.



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(Original post by Mr Smurf)
Still single because white girls are not into Oriental guys. Maybe the younger ones would be more open to the idea and me looking young for my age can take advantage of that once they are in their 20s.

Meh who am I kidding I have never seen a teenage white girl dating an Oriental guy either. :sigh:
I've met/seen four oriental male/white female couples. Where do you live?
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I've met/seen four oriental male/white female couples. Where do you live?
London and have never seen such a couple.
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(Original post by Mr Smurf)
London and have never seen such a couple.
Met one couple and then saw another in the same day in Surrey, met another in Bristol and saw another in south Wales and I was just visiting these places for a short amount of time, don't lose hope!
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(Original post by Carpe Diem Jay)
If only the thread title said 5 years... I could have made the 20.20 vision joke :sad:
Repped, I still thought it's funny
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