What can I be when I grow up?

Well I like to plan ahead of now, and I always wanted to be a author. Well my dad said maybe I can put that as a side job cause he says it wont pro-bally work out for me. So hes encouraging me to be a nurse. But I want to be a author, but what if that doesn't work out. Plus I don't wanna have a boring job when i grow up. So can you give me a list of jobs that get a lot of money and is not boring.

Asked By: - 3/11/2012
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Be sure while taking your career if your really interested to be author then go for it..or else You can become an software engineer as todays generation is technology which is changing our world. And you will get more salary in engineering as compared to author. ( my advise to you is that go to career consultant who... More
Answered By: Mark92 - 3/11/2012
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Instead of aiming to be a nurse, why not aim to be a doctor? Much better paid and way more interesting I would have thought.
Answered By: Donkey Girl - 3/11/2012
If you want to be an author then you have to work d**n hard to be one. It's like making cakes and selling them to people. People will only buy your cakes if they taste good. If your novels are bad, no one is going to read them; which is why practicing, getting feedback, and reading and writing more will always help you... More
Answered By: Nathan - 3/11/2012
I have the same problem! being an author sounds risky and I don't want to be a journalist (or someone who is consumed with their job as a writer) because I would be spending all my time writing articles and not on my stories... More
Answered By: LoveIsWriting - 3/11/2012
"So can you give me a list of jobs that get a lot of money... More
Answered By: RedStar - 3/11/2012
These are rules I plan on following when I get a "career... More
Answered By: Ryan - 3/11/2012
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