5 Careers That Will Make You Say, “I love my job!”

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By guest blogger Serena Piper
Journalism major at the University of Oregon. Editor-in-Chief of Her Campus Oregon. Magazine, freelance blogger, future world traveler. In her spare time, she likes to read as many books as she can, go for long drives, and peruse news websites. Hopes to one day write for National Geographic.

“I hate my job,” “I don’t wanna go to work,” “Will you go to work for me?” This what I hear from so many of my friends. Granted, we’re still students so we’re technically not supposed to enjoy our jobs (according to our parents), but there is still the curiosity looming over our heads. Who does have the fun job if it isn’t me?

Well guys, at the top of the list are travel agents. With perks such as traveling to new places and meeting new people, you can’t go wrong with this career. Not only does a travel agent get to have fun themselves, but they also get to help other people plan their fun vacations. And let’s face it, happiness is contagious!

by Lord Mariser

Ever wonder about those Elvis impersonators? Yeah, they’re also on the “fun” list. Try it out one night; Pick up a wig or a costume and wear it around town. It could be like Halloween all the time if you feel like taking this career path seriously. If you love Snow White, why not impersonate her at Disney World?

by Jorge Rimblas

You’re gonna love this next one. How about becoming a Ferrari driving instructor? Former NASCAR driver Anthony Lazzaro earns $500 to $1,000 a day as an instructor in addition to what he makes as a professional racecar driver. That could definitely be rent in only one or two days!

You know that old saying, “No shoes, no shirt…[you fill in the blank]”? You can forget that rule if you’re a Cantina owner on a Playa del Carmen beach. Limbo, the relaxed atmosphere, the sand as your office, and plenty of those drinks with the umbrellas in them? Yes, please!

by Scott Ableman

According to monster.com, Cruise Directors are “the multi-taskers of the seas.” The Cruise Director “organizes and goes on shore excursions, manages guest speakers, and schedules entertainment,” among other things. But come on, meeting famous people and having a blast while traveling the seas? Send me an application!

Which job do you think would be fun to have? Let us know in the comments below!

One Response to 5 Careers That Will Make You Say, “I love my job!”

  1. We recently made a trip to DriveWay Austin, a driving academy located in southeast Austin Texas where we able to catch up with Bill Dolahite, the President of the Academy and former race car driver.