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Even if it's not a viable option, what would be your dream job? Can you see yourself getting there based on how things are now? :work:
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Even if it's not a viable option, what would be your dream job? Can you see yourself getting there based on how things are now? :work:
Getting paid to sleep would be a dream job :ahee:

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But seriously I'd probably want to end up doing designing for a top company like Google...hopefully that can happen after my master's next year.
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Even if it's not a viable option, what would be your dream job? Can you see yourself getting there based on how things are now? :work:
I'd want to work in law for charities like Amnesty International or WWF.
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Even if it's not a viable option, what would be your dream job? Can you see yourself getting there based on how things are now? :work:
Senior Civil Servant at the Cabinet Office or the FCO.
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But as I am not gifted enough to be one, a Broadcast Journalist with my own Radio Show on National or local Radio
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I'd love a job where I get paid to do nothing. Unfortunately I can't see myself getting there.
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Getting paid to go to the gym for a certain amount of hours per week. I'd not only get paid but it'd stop me slacking off on some days, win-win :top:
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Even if it's not a viable option, what would be your dream job? Can you see yourself getting there based on how things are now? :work:
Is it bad that I don't have one? I just don't know what to do! :sad:
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Getting paid to go to the gym for a certain amount of hours per week. I'd not only get paid but it'd stop me slacking off on some days, win-win :top:
Fitness model or Mr. Olympia.
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Fitness model or Mr. Olympia.
Most Mr Olympia competitors have normal jobs outside of bodybuilding, the Olympias and sponsorships don't pay anywhere close to a full time wage. Some fitness models manage to make a full-time career out of it, but this generally means gaining a huge social media following and making that YouTube money as well as launching their own supplement and merchandise companies once they're popular. Only a select few with amazing genetics, social media savviness and an interesting personality can actually make a full-time wage out of it.
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SURGEON :yep:
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An author or music journalist
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Im not saying my dream job but the job i will do. a soldier to go free my country from oppression.



Im Palestinian
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Most Mr Olympia competitors have normal jobs outside of bodybuilding, the Olympias and sponsorships don't pay anywhere close to a full time wage. Some fitness models manage to make a full-time career out of it, but this generally means gaining a huge social media following and making that YouTube money as well as launching their own supplement and merchandise companies once they're popular. Only a select few with amazing genetics, social media savviness and an interesting personality can actually make a full-time wage out of it.
I believe you can do it
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I believe you can do it
I appreciate the support but I have zero interest in it tbh, never been much of a social media user and I feel a bit weird about running a YouTube channel and keeping everyone up to date with my life and stuff. You become a public personality with this sort of thing so you need that desire to become at least semi-famous, and I'm quite a private person who just wants a peaceful life
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NFL player.
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create a startup and sell it for millions and then go around the world investing in businesses and having time of life - penthouse airbnb, rent supercars, spend all kinds of money on nights out, doing cool ****, getting laid a lot
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Can you see yourself getting there based on how things are now? :work:
No.
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