Job - when you were a child...
June 8, 2009 6:34am CST
when i was a child, i wanted to become an hostess or to work in a travel agency. i tried to be an hostess, but no possibility. i worked in a travel agency for about 2 years then i changed town and i found a good job in a chemical factory. but my dream is always to work in a travel agency and to help people find the travel of their dreams! when you were a child, did you dream about yr future jobs? let me know yr experiences!
8 Jun 09
I always wanted to become a teacher, now I am not a teacher but very close. I work in a school helping students, to them I am their teacher. I guess I haven't changed much since the job I wanted as a kid is still what I want today. I think some people are meant to be certain professions and if someone is unhappy at a job this is because they have not found their real job yet.
8 Jun 09
Well, i wanted to join the Indian Police Service because i thought they were brave. But my parents disapproved the idea and discouraged saying that i'm just a girl and another trick that i'm not good at maths (funny, isn't it). Then i wanted to become an archiologist as i loved history. But then there was nobody right to guide me at that age. Later, when i was in my high school i wanted to get into the animation industry and here i'm making money with cartoons, elearnings and animation :)
8 Jun 09
When I was a little girl I used to play with my dolls. I used to make the largest one of them the teacher and the rest of them the pupils. I had a globe and use to think about going on journeys around the world and traveling to different countries. I loved the sea and trip to the beach were lovely outings for me. I left school and went to college for for two years to study Business and Finance (Shipping and Transport). After that I worked for a ship brokers in London. In the recession of the early nineties I got made redundant. I let out my cottage, got a working holiday visa for Australia and off I went on my trip around the world. I came home one year later and became a mature student. I did my degree and teacher training. I became a primary school teacher. I still travel as often as I can afford to do so.