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What's a really cool, creative future job I'm not likely to have when I'm older?

We've been set some homework to think up a really cool, creative job that it's unlikely that will happen, but exciting to think of. Such as being an astronaut or a secret agent etcetc. Any ideas ? Just so I can spark up a really great idea ofc. Thanks in advance

Asked By: Fizzing Whizzbee - 9/6/2011
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Times have changed. What worked in the past still works but if you want to stand out from the crowd sometimes the only thing that is needed is a little creativity. We all have the creative juice in us but only some of us dare to squeeze it out. These job applicants did it and the results are simply amazing. Although... More
Answered By: geeta - 9/6/2011
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LOL Hilarious assignment. Full-time radio broadcaster. I was one and we were replaced by automation. It was fun, highly creative and almost completely dead as a field to make a living in. If you want to see radio in its heyday, look up John Peel and Wolfman Jack.
Answered By: Sandy Coyote - 9/6/2011
 
An archaeologist on Mars examining the remains of an extinct civilization.
Answered By: zoomjet - 9/6/2011
 
a man that tracks down missing persons
Answered By: Jare-bear - 9/6/2011
 
Director or Producer Assassin Movie Star Archaeologist Bounty Hunter Fashion Designer
Answered By: Paula H - 9/6/2011
 
Assistant to the head of Walt Disney Studios. Oprah Winfrey's personal assistant. Stage Hand at MTV VMAs Roadie for Lady Gaga Facilities or Property Manager for Google. Real Estate Agent for multi million dollar properties.
Answered By: soulman - 9/6/2011
 
I always wanted to become a writer
Answered By: Yasin Yusuf - 9/6/2011
 
Engineer is the hardest job to fill in America. But if you want a list: An astronaut is hard to achieve So is a Secret Agent CIA Stunt-man Circus-performer
Answered By: RAWRIeatyou - 9/6/2011
 
Storm chaser Deep sea diver Wild animal vet
Answered By: Kαlx - 9/6/2011
 
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