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  • I would have a large studio that would do double duty for recording musicians and teaching yoga to EVERY body, young and old. Someday, someday, fingers crossed. Ahh, but getting paid to read would be great, too. Then I'd be able to do it without feeling guilty.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Mandy Nelson - Dandysound on 10th September 2007

  • Easy. Film critic for The New Yorker. Or The New York Times.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Avi Spivack on 18th July 2007

  • Wow, I'm going to have to re-think my dream job after reading the last three...getting paid to read and traveling sound pretty appealing. My dream job is to have my own radio talk show, ala, Dr. Laura but waaaaaayyyyy nicer :)

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by The Mentor Mom on 18th July 2007

  • Wow, I'm going to have to re-think my dream job after reading the last three...getting paid to read and traveling sound pretty appealing. My dream job is to have my own radio talk show, ala, Dr. Laura but waaaaaayyyyy nicer :)

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by The Mentor Mom on 18th July 2007

  • In my dream job, I would get paid to read. I might do some writing too, or editing, but the reading would be the main thing. I'm not sure that job exists, but if I were to follow the career advice to "do what you love, and the money will take care of itself," I guess I'd have to create it.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Florinda Pendley Vasquez on 11th July 2007

  • I would LOVE to be a Travel Channel correspondent. You know, travel the world, stay in nice hotels, see interesting sites and then report my findings. My youngest is 12 so, realistically, I would prefer to wait until he goes off to college. But, once both of the kids leave home I think it would be GREAT to get paid to travel the world. I seriously doubt this will happen, however. Guess that's why it's called a DREAM job!

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Melody on 11th July 2007

  • I've always dreamed of being a writer. I don't know if I could do it full-time, I think it is much more difficult than I realize, but it's something I hope one day I can spend more of my days doing.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Nataly on 8th July 2007

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