What makes a top job? That would mean different things to different people, but Fast Company used several different methods to compile a list of the top 25 jobs, including job growth, salary potential, education level, and room for innovation.
Before the official question, it’s time to recognize Kelly of “In My Opinion, and Yes I have an opinion on EVERYTHING,” another Vivi Award nominee, as the first person to answer last week’s question about Thanksgiving Dinner! Congratulations to Kelly!
Get ready to start dreaming about alternate career choices. Here we go:
THIS WEEK’S QUESTION: Of the Top 25 Jobs for 2005, list, in order, the seven jobs you’d least like to have, with #1 being the job you think you’d absolutely hate the most. All seven should be jobs you wouldn’t want.
Either answer the question in a comment or answer it in your journal and include the link in a comment. (To be considered “first to play,” a link must be to the specific entry in which you answered the question.)
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