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    Spinning off from the What is your / your partner's profession.

    If you could work in any profession at all, if money was no object towards studying with that profession in mind, what would you ultimately like to do for a job / career?

    For me, I'd love to do something, anything, working for a professional sporting club or organisation - whether that's in management, or membership, or getting a sports trainer's certificate and being a trainer on match days; that sort of thing.

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    Be a midwife or run a homeless shelter . 2 very different jobs

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    Musician.... Just need to find some talent

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    I love to start up my degree again and specialise in family law. Hitting 40 I'm just to knackered

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    I want to design and make lingerie.

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    I'd like to travel the world being a professional photographer of lighthouses and in my 'spare' time volunteer as a massage therapist for breast cancer patients

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    Midwife or doula. Or MACH nurse! It would mean a pay cut and it would be difficult to study while working/kids etc so I probably would never do it.

    eta or librarian or movie critic.
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    Remote area paramedic or (to a lesser extent) flight nurse.

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    Travel agent in a small boutique agency specialising in family travel. (Pretty much complete opposite from Flight Centre)

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    I would love to be a engineer or building site manager


 

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