This is a strange yet interesting topic. There are so many different jobs and careers to go into. Although I’m going to school to work with children/adults with special needs, there are still so many other jobs I’m interested in at least trying out.
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Job #1: Flight attendant.
I think it would be SO awesome to be a flight attendant for a year. To travel to as many places as possible and meet people from all over the world. I had a coworker who was a flight attendant for awhile and she told me the many downsides of it, which is why she eventually quit.
I still think this would be an awesome job and great experience. I wouldn’t be too fond of only getting paid when actually in flight, but it’s okay. I love seeing the Emirates attendants at the airport! They always look so decked out and perfect. They even seem to walk in sync! I read the rules for the Emirates employees and they are pretty strict, though.
Job #2: Retail worker.
Yeah. Surprising right? I know a lot of people who have had horrible experiences in retail, but I would still enjoy trying it out. I’ve never worked in retail and I would basically do it just for the experience.
I think it might be one of the toughest jobs out there because you have to deal with incredibly impatient customers. I see customers being angry and rude towards retail employees on a daily basis. It must take A LOT of patience to work in retail.
Props to you all that do it.
Job #3: Hotel industry.
I’ve always wanted to do this because, for one, I love hotels. I love the atmosphere they give off if that makes sense. I love meeting new people and experiencing different backgrounds and cultures from all around the world.
My brother works in the hotel industry and I think it’s awesome! He works in downtown Chicago and he even showed me around at a hotel he works at. It was one of the nicest hotels I’ve ever been in!
Job #4: English teacher in a foreign country.
I recently received my TEFL certificate this year and I can’t wait to use it. I wish I could take a year off school and teach English abroad, but I would much rather be finished with college first. I just can’t wait to do it!
I have no idea what country I am going to choose, but who knows. I could do it for a few years before I start a family. My plan is to go to grad school online while I’m teaching English, but first I’d like to test out how much time being an English teacher would take. I don’t want to overload myself with too much work.
What kind of jobs/fields would you like to go in before you die? Are any of the jobs I mentioned something you would be interested in doing? Are you currently in any of the jobs/fields that I mentioned?
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