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Realistic ones.

And have you got any (or are getting any) experience to help you get that job?

Are there any people who have absolutely no idea what they want to do?


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I am going to be a chartered surveyor specialising in Green Energy in rural situations. Pretty niche stuff.
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Keyboard Commando, 61st Chairborne Rangers
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I would absolutely love to be a pro gamer/game designer/animator but I know my family will disown me
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I'd like to have a freelance job with flexible hours etc, not have to work 8h/day, although I'd also want stability. My perfect situation would be if my life partner had a stable job and me, a freelancing one, with more money one month and less the other.
I've already done quite a lot of small jobs like writing articles, doing translations, writing stories as I'm quite good at this kind of stuff, and I've made a decent amount of money considering that it's an easy job I can do with a cup of tea in my warm, quiet room, music etc.
I'm currently thinking of going for a degree that has to do with computing as programming seems kind of freelancey to me and I also seem to enjoying for what little I've tried.
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Durex tester
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a cleaner.
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Burger flipper. Experience? Flipping the burgers, and diligently putting the burger into a bread cake. Have to be careful not to damage said bread cake.
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(Original post by hellodave5)
Burger flipper. Experience? Flipping the burgers, and diligently putting the burger into a bread cake. Have to be careful not to damage said bread cake.
I wish you luck achieving that goal it's a dream job for sure.


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Graphic Designer

Currently have finished a 2 year college course and am now doing another 2 year foundation course.

I make some money currently by doing Freelance graphic work.
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teaching,
oratory (human rights laws etc)
business / organising charities
civil service

keeping my options open, I am convinced I can do anything if I set my mind to it but would like to be in a position of influence; so that I might help people.
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Medicine, but my parents want me to do economics, which I have no interest in :confused:
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I'd either like to work in HR perhaps progressing to director, work for the UN as a Political Officer, or and International Development Consultant

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Hmm systems analyst perhaps? Something computer science/mathematically oriented for sure
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Paedriatic surgeon
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Durex tester
that sounds like a pleasurable career...
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Particle physicist and I would do music production, but as more of a hobby


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I have a whole plan for my life ahead in a massive word document with specific firms, qualifications and career paths I'll need.

For grad-level job I'm looking at (in order of preference):

Strategy Consulting/Internal Strategy
Product Manager at a Tech firm
Algo Trading
Investment Banking (mostly Tech M&A)

Eventually, I want to create a large next-gen tech company (or two ).
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(Original post by snowystarks)
I wish you luck achieving that goal it's a dream job for sure.


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Thank you very much.
It's been really hard to gain experience, finding a burger van that will let me volunteer. Hopefully I will one day achieve my goal.
Definitely my dream job. I get to be around nice juicy burgers all day.
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I have a whole plan for my life ahead in a massive word document with specific firms, qualifications and career paths I'll need.

For grad-level job I'm looking at (in order of preference):

Strategy Consulting/Internal Strategy
Product Manager at a Tech firm
Algo Trading
Investment Banking (mostly Tech M&A)

Eventually, I want to create a large next-gen tech company (or two ).
That's such a great idea. I must right one immediately! Good luck with your plan, you seem to be on the right path to success already
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