If you could work in any profession, what would it be and why?

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Corey The Goofyhawk Profile
Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

My dream job would be a systems officer on the Starship Enterprise NX-01!

Alright, I guess I have to settle for reality... I would love to work my way into an IT manager type of job. I love computers! Best of luck to you!

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Darling Divaa answered

My dream job has always been and always will be an official ice cream taste tester the reason well that's obvious...... ;)

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Matt Radiance commented
haha! very nice job! but hopefully you get soon retirement cause if you work more than 10 years or over . . your sugar rate will be scary!!
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PJ Stein answered

An architect or engineer that specializes in restoring old buildings and bring them up to code without losing the character.

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Fiore Fenneway answered

My dream job (and I may be a few steps closer in a couple of years) is to become a well-known baker or chef of my own because, even though I dislike most of the human race (not joking), I still love creating things people might enjoy.

You know what would be a really fun job though? Being a professional ice-cream taster [unless you're lactose intolerant or something] (no, seriously, it's for real. You are literally paid to taste ice cream. I'm personally "inadequate" to go through the whole process though (plus, I'd rather personally make anything I eat)).

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My dream job is it be a researcher on the Ministry of Magic: Department of Secrets, but that probably won't happen, so I want to be a researcher for NASA in their aeronautical space, relativity or astronomy departments.  

OR a medical researcher in cancer or congenital cardiovascular disease.  

OR a cardiovascular paediatrician.  

If i had to choose out of those, I would choose to work with NASA, as I've been mesmerised by the stars my whole life.  When I was 9 my favourite 'movie' was a documentary on what the centre of the universe is like, and my second favourite one was one on relativity.  Even before that, instead of borrowing books from the school library about fairies, and princesses (although I did.  

I mean, what little girl doesn't love princesses?), I borrowed books about the universe and stars and how the Solar System was formed.  I am still amazed by those sorts of things, but I've forgotten a lot of what I used to know.

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