well i FINALLY made a layout that im satisfied for the forums. i know everyone will be happy i put the quick reply back in. i still have to add the attachment mod, but im too tired right now. i’ll do that sometime later. if you havn’t joined the forum yet, your missing out. theres already 377 total members, and 18,642 posts! click here to join FREE!
and without further adue, the fridayfive.
1. What is your current occupation? Is this what you chose to be doing at this point in your life? Why or why not? right now im just a student for the most part. when i need $, i just do different things for it. however im going to start working next month… again. hopefully not like jobs ive had in the past, but one i can actually use towards my chosen career.
2. If time/talent/money were no object, what would your dream occupation be? my dream occupation would probally have to be an actor. i hate speaking infront of people and cameras make me nervous when im speaking. so theres no way i could do that.
3. What did/do your parents do for a living? Has this had any influence on your career choices? my mom has worked with computers for over 20 years in the navy, and now she works doing the same thing, just that she’s retired from the navy and making a lot more money. being around computers my whole life is why i chose to go into them. so i blame my mom, its her fault!
4. Have you ever had to choose between having a career and having a family? nope, im not that old yet
5. In your opinion, what is the easiest job in the world? What is the hardest? Why? the easiest job has got to be the president of the usa… you would think thats a high pressure job. i dont really believe that. he has so many advisors and such who basically tell him what to do. he has power, but do you think he really makes those decisions by himself? basically he’s just a figurehead for all the other people in his inner circle of staff and advisors. the hardest job would have to be doctors. they hold the gift of life in thier hands. thats a huge responsibility not to mention the years of school they have to go through.