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Tammy
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My dream job would be to replace Keith Johnson as the buyer for Anthropologie. I'd love it even more if I could do all that globe trotting for my own yummy store.

I have dreams, literally, of finding these amazing little shops and flea markets where I just find the most unique pieces of furniture, jewelry or vintage linens.

My number two dream job (just recently came to me) would be to be a part of Cortney and Robert Novogratz's design team, Sixx Design. I enjoy their funky way of mixing old with new. I also just enjoying staring at them as a family.

In malanthrop's thread, he mentioned his "dream job".

What's yours?

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Kwea
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I wish I had continued in music. I'd either be performing now, or teaching, and either would be great.

But the best job for me would probably be being a vet. I wasn't great at math, so I gave up on hte idea....and I wasn't sure I could hurt animals in the short run ot help them in the long run. But I would still be in a medical field, working with dogs, making a great living by helping people and their pets.

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Geraine
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My dream job?

Caretaker of an island in the Pacific.

No, not the Lost island. The island that Australia owns that hires a guy to stay there and take care of it.

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King of Men
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What kind of math does a vet need? :curious:

I'm pretty close to my dream job right now: I'm a postdoc, so I get to sit and use my brain to solve problems all day. It's great.

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Kwea
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Why that job? I am serious, not poking fun....I would think that would be boring and isolated.
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I like the idea of being a writer, but that is hard to succeed in. Right now, I write but I have yet to sell anything, so I would love for people to start paying me for my creative writing.

I also would like some one to pay me to travel all over the world with my family. That would be cool.

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Kwea, you could consider working at a doggy daycare/boarding facility, or running your own too.
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quote:
No, not the Lost island.
::Crosses "Geraine" off the cave wall::
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I wish I had continued in music. I'd either be performing now, or teaching, and either would be great.
This.
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Professor of medieval studies at my undergraduate university. I love their emphasis on collegiality, I have friends there already, and I really believe they have a strong and comprehensive program. I also love the city and the campus. It would be great to be able to inspire and encourage students the way I was.
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I can't think of an attainable job that doesn't seem like it'd turn out to be just as much work and as little fun as what I do now.

Outside of trying to be realistic, here are some that sound pretty good (and since I'm not trying to be realistic I'm going to assume these all pay a very comfortable wage):
- House sitter for the ultra rich.
- Personal chef with generous food/drink allowance.
- Taste tester at brewery.
- Video game/fiction/movie reviewer.

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Shanna
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I don't have a dream job. That makes me sad but I don't know how to fix it. *sigh*
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I make computer games and play with legos all day.
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Professor of creative writing at a small university...with an average class size of no more than 12.

Barring that, I'll settle for a better teaching job than I have now.

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quote:
Originally posted by Samprimary:
I make computer games and play with legos all day.

Well today its just playing with legos apparently.

I will, uh, just kinda wade in a sea of them, scrooge mcduck style

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quote:
Originally posted by King of Men:
What kind of math does a vet need? :curious:

I'm pretty close to my dream job right now: I'm a postdoc, so I get to sit and use my brain to solve problems all day. It's great.

In all seriousness, more than you might think. I am not positive what they use daily other than calculating doses and drip rates, but to get into vet school you need a fairly high level of math, in part because most of the science classes needed have those math classes as prerequisites.

When I was younger I had a math block. Even with tutoring I had a horrible time with algebra. I found out when I went back to school as an adult that I no longer have that math block, but I still don't enjoy math.

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Kwea
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quote:
Originally posted by DarkKnight:
Kwea, you could consider working at a doggy daycare/boarding facility, or running your own too.

I love being a nurse now, and it is very rewarding so far. I don't think that I could make nearly as much working at a doggy day care, although I wouldn't mind starting a company for it. I just don't know how profitable it would be.
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quote:
Originally posted by Samprimary:
quote:
Originally posted by Samprimary:
I make computer games and play with legos all day.

Well today its just playing with legos apparently.

I will, uh, just kinda wade in a sea of them, scrooge mcduck style

Pff. To do this properly, you must dive through them like a porpoise; tunnel like a mole; and throw them up in the air and let them rain down over you. "Just kinda wade", indeed. [No No]
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My dream job is being retired.
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Glenn Arnold
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My dream job is my old pyromaniac job, but with more latitude and higher pay.
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Samprimary
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quote:
Originally posted by King of Men:
Pff. To do this properly, you must dive through them like a porpoise; tunnel like a mole; and throw them up in the air and let them rain down over you. "Just kinda wade", indeed. [No No]

naw man, legos are different from money. No diving, no throwing, and never pry them apart with teeth.

Tunneling is fine

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Run a book shop, super musty and cramped [Big Grin]
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Dream job? Hm, either a presidential speech writer, or an Op-Ed columnist.

Alternatively, somewhat related to my field, it'd be fun to work for Frommer's or some other travel guide, travel around and stay in different kinds of lodging and find local places to put in a travel guide, but with an in-depth history of the area and the area's local landmarks. Maybe writing walking tours of various cities. Most of that has already been done, but I'm sure there are plenty of non-major cities out there that haven't gotten that treatment.

Of course, my actual career path will lead me to the dream job I'm actually shooting for: tenure track history professor. Given how difficult that is, it might as well be a dream job.

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rivka
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quote:
Originally posted by mr_porteiro_head:
My dream job is being retired.

I'm with you.
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I'm pretty close to my dream job, currently. I'm on the lookout for something better, but darnit, I have to admit I'm happy right now.

I work in IT, and there are numerous interesting projects all demanding my attention.
The people I work with are (mostly) genuine, hard-working individuals.
I live in rural Kansas.
I get to run on country roads (dirt!) after work.
I can bike to work (when the weather cooperates).
I'm conveniently located in the single best climate on Earth.

What more can I ask for? [Cool]

It's going to suck when I leave for a higher-paying job, which I know exists somewhere else.

But, if we're going to play 'Fantasy' with this thread, I'll have to think about it. Most of the time when I fantasize about a different job, it doesn't involve technology or dealing with people. [Smile]

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My dream job is to spend my mornings working on my novel and my afternoons making jewelry to sell online.

I discovered this weekend that I'm not very good at shaping the wire free form. I think I'll try stringing some bracelets next.

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Tammy
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This morning I asked Mr. Tammy the same question. He's tired, it's been a hard year! He replied "no job, is my dream job". He's counting the days until retirement.

He used to say "Landscape Engineer" because he loves to design, dig and watch grow.

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The Rabbit
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Author of bicycle touring guides. I could spend my time traveling the world, checking out the best cycle routes and all the attractions along them, with a budget to review restaurants and other establishments along the way.
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I would love to have a full-time job somewhere in the martial-arts world, but medium experiance thusfar and disability have crushed that dream.

Music, I am not so jealious of the overly famous groups like NickelBack and Linkin Park (because its seems like they get pushed and shoved into making songs instead of creating music) but I would adore a lifestyle closer to Cold War Kids or Biffy Clyro, if not just the idea of making such beautiful music like they do.

Comic book writer.

I would definately be happy working with the special olymics, I volunteered for a local one while in high school and remember walking home with a very sated and peaceful feeling. Being a congenitally deformed person makes me proud and inspired by not only the competitors but by the organizers who all work so hard to make it happen. When you live your life "just not right" in whatever way it can be easy to slip into idea's and emotions of inferiority that are easily justified, and a man with no legs running track helps relieve such conceptions.

[ May 25, 2010, 10:54 AM: Message edited by: AchillesHeel ]

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Tammy
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I've really enjoyed reading about all of your dream jobs. What a diverse group we have here. [Smile]
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Teaching history at a college where I have time to write and research (and am paid for it... including research trips), but also have a few classes to teach. Optimally I would be well-respected and my thoughts sought out for various projects and conferences. Also optimally, I would be near the mountains.


Really, I can't lie, I'll be teaching and researching and writing in the fall semester, so I'm pretty close to my dream job. I've been dreaming about getting my own college classroom for probably about three-quarters of my life, so I'm pretty stoked. But I don't get to choose what class I teach, I'm not near the mountains, and I don't get paid much at all, so there is some room for improvement.

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Lyrhawn
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quote:
Originally posted by Dr Strangelove:
Teaching history at a college where I have time to write and research (and am paid for it... including research trips), but also have a few classes to teach. Optimally I would be well-respected and my thoughts sought out for various projects and conferences. Also optimally, I would be near the mountains.


Really, I can't lie, I'll be teaching and researching and writing in the fall semester, so I'm pretty close to my dream job. I've been dreaming about getting my own college classroom for probably about three-quarters of my life, so I'm pretty stoked. But I don't get to choose what class I teach, I'm not near the mountains, and I don't get paid much at all, so there is some room for improvement.

If you get there, let me know how you did it. I'm applying to PhD programs in the fall, and I'm dreading even that phase.
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My dream job growing up would be a set-designer for LEGO. i still think that would be a very cool job. Besides that, here's my grown up revision.

A high-end marketing executive for the entertainment industry, traveling with world with stars/athletes/musicians and living an extremely luxurious life.

On the side I would be writing a biography of my escapades and life lessons.

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quote:
Originally posted by Lyrhawn:
quote:
Originally posted by Dr Strangelove:
Teaching history at a college where I have time to write and research (and am paid for it... including research trips), but also have a few classes to teach. Optimally I would be well-respected and my thoughts sought out for various projects and conferences. Also optimally, I would be near the mountains.


Really, I can't lie, I'll be teaching and researching and writing in the fall semester, so I'm pretty close to my dream job. I've been dreaming about getting my own college classroom for probably about three-quarters of my life, so I'm pretty stoked. But I don't get to choose what class I teach, I'm not near the mountains, and I don't get paid much at all, so there is some room for improvement.

If you get there, let me know how you did it. I'm applying to PhD programs in the fall, and I'm dreading even that phase.
Where are you looking at?
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That's still to be decided. One of my professors said he would sit down with me later in the summer to talk over where I might apply to. I'm not sure whether it's better to simply apply to the school with the best name brand, or the school that has the professor doing the work I'd most like to research under. I think that decision will probably be made for me since I doubt I could get into any school with that good a reputation, but there's some cross-over.

It also depends on whether I decide to stick with labor history or if I change my mind and go with urban studies/African American history, which I'm considering, in which case, I'm considering either the University of Michigan or University of Pennsylvania.

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Go to the school that has the professor doing the work you'd most like to research under. No question. Your advisors reputation in the field in which you do your research is in the long run far more important than the schools overall reputation.
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Completely agree with Rabbit.
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by mr_porteiro_head:
My dream job is being retired.

I'm with you.
Of course, in my mind, being retired just means that you don't have to work.

<-- has to work

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quote:
Originally posted by krynn:
My dream job growing up would be a set-designer for LEGO.

They've got a couple of people here who do something pretty close to that.

Heck, I do a lot of work on the digital version of that. I'm building complicated sets and worlds using the in-game lego builder for the upcoming MMO.

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All of my dream jobs would work much better as hobbies that I could elect to do rather than feel obligated to do.

If I didn't have to work, I'd have a grand piano, a top of the line keyboard + recording studio, an electric guitar, and my classical guitar. I'd record music on it, for people, for myself, for fun.

I'd play board games, video games, outdoor games, with people I loved.

I'd take breaks to travel with my family and friends (different sets of them each time) and I'd go to places that won't exist in their current iteration much longer.

edit:

If I had to work, the best job I ever had was teaching 4th graders and playing with them during recess.

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Professional student.
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quote:
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Go to the school that has the professor doing the work you'd most like to research under. No question. Your advisors reputation in the field in which you do your research is in the long run far more important than the schools overall reputation.

Ditto. The chair of my department once said to me, "A program doesn't write you a letter of recommendation. A person does." Also, emailing individuals you'd like to work with is a great way to introduce yourself and your work to them even if you don't work with them, so when you're at a conference you can say "Hey, remember me?!"
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by rivka:
quote:
Originally posted by mr_porteiro_head:
My dream job is being retired.

I'm with you.
Of course, in my mind, being retired just means that you don't have to work.
Right. I'd probably enjoy the occasional day of work if I could stop whenever I wanted. [Wink]
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quote:
Originally posted by Dr Strangelove:
quote:
Originally posted by The Rabbit:
Go to the school that has the professor doing the work you'd most like to research under. No question. Your advisors reputation in the field in which you do your research is in the long run far more important than the schools overall reputation.

Ditto. The chair of my department once said to me, "A program doesn't write you a letter of recommendation. A person does." Also, emailing individuals you'd like to work with is a great way to introduce yourself and your work to them even if you don't work with them, so when you're at a conference you can say "Hey, remember me?!"
That's good advice. [Smile] Thanks.
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At some point I'd love to start a consulting company that helps tv and movie productions restrain their child actors properly during car scenes.

I think I could enjoy being a lactation consultant too, but I would want to work very flexible hours, and am not thrilled about how much school it would take to get there.

I could enjoy being a post-partum doula and nanny, too (but I don't know if I'm cut out for a birth doula.)

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I don't think my dream job exists. It would be fairly close to my current job - Coast Guard, going out on boats, helping people, and doing law enforcement - minus the large amount of BS, minus the law enforcement, minus being owned by the federal government. The best part of my job is doing SAR (search and rescue). If I could do just that without all of the attendant BS, I think I would be pretty close to my dream job.
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"...there is only physics, everything else is just stamp collecting. First we start with a spherical cow..."

[ June 04, 2010, 08:32 PM: Message edited by: aspectre ]

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My dream job growing up would be a set-designer for LEGO.

They've got a couple of people here who do something pretty close to that.

Heck, I do a lot of work on the digital version of that. I'm building complicated sets and worlds using the in-game lego builder for the upcoming MMO.

Let me know if and when there will be a beta test, I'd love to check it out.

My real dream job would be either

1) Be on an internal testing team on an MMO

or

2) Journalist for a video game magazine like Electronic Gaming Monthly.

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