People who actually enjoy their job, what do you do for a living? by QuestionGuy October 16, 2021, 5:35 pm People who actually enjoy their job, what do you do for a living? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeenjoyjoblivingpeopleQuestion and Answer See more Previous article NOT CLICKBAIT Next article TIL Denmark has only had 3 cases of salmonella poisoning since 2011 due to their industrial hygiene practices. In the US, about 142,000 people are infected with Salmonella each year. 37 Comments Leave a Reply I write plots, worlds, characters, and premises for videogames Log in to Reply Graphic designer. I really like my job and have been in the industry for a decade post university graduation. Log in to Reply Software engineer. Wherever I fix something hard, or create something new and it works for the first time, it’s a huge dopamine rush. It’s like the satisfaction of figuring out a difficult jigsaw puzzle. Even after doing this for 12 years. Plus the pay is great, can’t complain. Log in to Reply Actor. Best job ever. Log in to Reply Software Engineer Log in to Reply Drive buses Log in to Reply Environmental Education Log in to Reply I was a cabinet maker and architectural millworker for 35 years, and it seldom seemed like work. Log in to Reply I’m a web developer with a digital agency that focuses on sustainable web development. Log in to Reply In summer I am travel office representative. I get sent abroad, given a flat and a car and I assist client of our travel office there. Absolutely love this job, I choose when I work so no dreadful 9-5 and make nice money selling local tours, also quite like the high responsibility I get. So many wonderful experiences I wouldn’t otherwise encounter. In winter I teach skiing, another way to get paid to do what I love, but summers are irreplaceable. Log in to Reply Ensuring monetary goods are returned to their rightful owners. Log in to Reply I work at a museum designing exhibits, developing educational programming, doing research on artefacts and ongoing exhibit maintenance. The job is constantly changing and I have unlimited freedom. Edit: i came to this post late and had no idea my job was so interesting. P.S. Inside scope; museum people are mostly closet drunks who are amazingly fun at any party Log in to Reply Fortune cookie writer. Log in to Reply Physician scientist. Sometimes I see patients. Most of the time I do science. I get paid to think about stuff. It’s great. Log in to Reply Janitor for a hospital. Log in to Reply Mental Health Counselor. Sex therapist, to be exact. On telehealth, WFH. Log in to Reply I quit my job and now I enjoy walking my dog, cycling, photography, exercise and metal detecting. Log in to Reply Printing machine operator for small to medium runs. I can listen to music and generally be in my own bubble while i can choose my own work load, it pays decently and i like to see a physical representation of how much work i have done, it makes me feel like I have done something. Log in to Reply Freelance audio engineer. Work is sometimes easy, but most of the time filled with various challenges that change from day to day. Also I love working with sound it’s like my thing and being able to solve problems that no one else can see/understand makes me feel like a wizzard. Log in to Reply I work at the pool and also the activities department for a gated community. It’s pretty much like parks and rec, really chill. Last night I worked a concert and I just hung out and listened to music besides 30 mins of checking people in. Log in to Reply I’m a filmmaker, editor and producer primarily. I have near total control of my schedule and get to make fun and interesting media every week. I love it. Log in to Reply Musician! Sit and play all day Log in to Reply I’m a manager at a gelato/coffee shop! Though customers can be a lot and rushes can be stressful, I work with a great crew and get to sample the new flavors my boss tests and makes each week. He will bust out from the back with a spoon full of a new flavor of gelato and say, “try this.” So I guess I’m also a taste tester! Log in to Reply Yoga teacher Log in to Reply Corporate Lawyer, I really enjoy the dynamic environment and working with interesting clients, quite stressful sometimes though Log in to Reply I’m middle-management for a TV/Digital network. I’ve worked in media most of my adult career (over 20 years). With the exception of 3 years when I worked at a cable network where I was pretty indifferent about the programming, I always enjoyed the content the companies I worked at put out so it was pretty enjoyable. I also working for a little while at a reseller of movie props. The pay was really low, but it was crazy being surrounded all day by movie history. Log in to Reply Barber Log in to Reply armed guard, i don’t do shit .. any building i’m at i get to just stand or sit there & check out the eye candy lol Log in to Reply I am security officer, I turn up to office, i play on laptop, i go home. I literally do nothing all day, because nothing here happens. I just chat with the nurses and eat snacks. I can’t wait until the cafe is back open though, full cooked meals for £2.50 each. Log in to Reply I’m an in-house graphic designer. It’s really nice having the experience of working a typical career job (salary, benefits, 401k) while doing typically freelance work. Log in to Reply I teach instrumental music in public school. A lot of teachers are constantly under stress and hate their lives, but I got super lucky. My co-teachers are friends whom I respect and trust, and all three of us have strong and consistent classroom management. And we get to create young musicians. Log in to Reply I cyber stalk ppl Log in to Reply Anesthesia Log in to Reply I design guided bombs that will eventually be used to vaporize communist Chinamen (I hope) Log in to Reply assassination’s Log in to Reply I’m a hooker. Seriously. Log in to Reply I’ve been a private investigator for 9 months already and earned 50000 $ on one case Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.