What do you think is the best job in the world and why?

I have been contemplating in my mind about future jobs that I would be happy with for at least 20-30 years. So add your input about which job(s) that you think are the best or useful in our economy.

Asked By: jackal - 6/14/2006
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
I would love to be a mystery shopper, where you get to buy clothes for free and keep them all. Actually, that job may just be a myth...but it sounds fun.
Answered By: caitlin1987 - 6/14/2006
Additional Answers (12)
Answered By: cantpool - 6/14/2006
Rodeo clown. You can act like an idiot and get exercise in the process.
Answered By: solid_b316 - 6/14/2006 Patrick Swayze in Roadhouse!
Answered By: Nick C - 6/14/2006
pharmacist, it'll be my job after I'm finished studying it's a well payed job and you get to deal with people and help them. I'm really excited about what i do!!!
Answered By: sorryna - 6/14/2006
my job is the best! I'm a chef, and I love to cook, so that works out well. I also love to travel, and cooking is pretty universal, I could get a job anywhere in the world. I work with passionate people from all over the globe, so I can brush up on my language skills, as well as get some insider information on where... More
Answered By: hichefheidi - 6/14/2006
I dont know how to get the job but a food critic would be the best...
Answered By: The Krieg - 6/14/2006
Answered By: nic_b06 - 6/14/2006
Whatever Hugh Heffner is doing seems rather pleasant. I think I'd chose that.
Answered By: dummyfx - 6/14/2006
maritime industry...ppl never leave it, the earning possibilities are endless, its something we'll always need, you dont have to go to school to do it (something you have to learn by doing it, not sitting in a class room), its a varied field ( you can be a boarding agent, broker, charterer, owner, manager, operator... More
Answered By: GAgirl - 6/14/2006
The best job itis the one you'll do for free and still win big money
Answered By: . C. - 6/14/2006
Personally, stay at home mom is the best job. However in your case and what I previously worked in was Social Services. You help so many people and learn so much about what is out in the world and about all kinds of different people and how to help them and make a difference in their lives. When you effect someones... More
Answered By: sanchezmelendrez - 6/14/2006
I'm a Custom's Broker myself. Love the job! It's so interesting learning that everything imaginable that could be shipped into the US, has been put into a book by some government person. Although I wouldn't have wanted his/her job....
Answered By: Wrayth - 6/14/2006
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