My Dream Job

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I am sure, that each of you once had had a desire to have an extraordinary job in his early childhood, be it an astronaut or a scientist. Later on, getting older, you also start to consider the money you earn in a job and suddenly, not only you want to become a doctor, a lawyer or a superstar. Does your ideal job go hand in hand with a high salary then, or do you want to enjoy what you are doing? I started to think about my ideal job, when I was working as a waitress in a hotel in the summertime. I'll never forget the time when I had to work ten hours a day without a minute sitting but running with plates from one table to another, beside, serving some customers. Thus I could imagine how hard work can be for just little money. There is nothing worse than physical work that exhausts you, so my idea of an ideal job is neither an extremely active work, nor a sedentary job, but something in between. Furthermore, work should be fun. You may not agree with me, but I think that as long as you enjoy your activities earning little money, you can call the work your dream job. However, the pleasure I am thinking of does not exclude stress or barriers, because work otherwise would be aimless and without any outcome. The ideal job I have in my mind is being a flight attendant. It is true that it is tiring to face passengers, even those who behave badly with a smiling face all the time but I would get the chance to travel around the world, and that is, in my eyes the best job. If you ask me, a dream job is not only related to earning a lot of money, but it also includes to enjoying your work and life by what you are doing!
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