Construction project manager
I would love to build titanium mountain bikes for a living. The idea of understanding the mechanics behind these incredibly intricate bicycles, and then using that knowledge to create mountain bikes for others to enjoy, would certainly have me wanting to go to work every day.
I would love to become a news broadcaster and, in fact, am studying right now to go into that field. Being right on top of breaking news is fascinating, and I think it would be very gratifying to be sharing it with the public as it happens.
College student/Café Main food server
My dream job would be to become President of the United States. It would give me the opportunity to confer with all of the other world leaders in order to make the world a better place for everyone.
I hope to someday become a certified registered nurse anesthetist. It pays well, and I would embrace the challenge of being responsible for a person's respiratory system and hemodynamics while they are under anesthesia, and for bringing them back to consciousness alive, well and free of pain.
I would love to be an independently wealthy philanthropist who could just research various charitable ventures all day long and then invest money in the charitable organizations I felt would have the greatest positive impact on all living beings, locally and globally.
Compiled by Nancy, Jenny and Katie Lyness
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