What is your dream job?

My dream job is being a fighter pilot in the Air Force. I didn't know that until pretty recently, but because of this cool program called Civil Air Patrol, I was able to get up in the air piloting a small airplane. Definitely one of the coolest experiences of my life, and I highly recommend that others look into it if they have any interest in flying.

Other jobs I have some interest in are: lawyer, freelance marketing advisor, and normal Air Force officer, if I don't end up getting a pilot slot.
 
My dream job is being a fighter pilot in the Air Force. I didn't know that until pretty recently, but because of this cool program called Civil Air Patrol, I was able to get up in the air piloting a small airplane. Definitely one of the coolest experiences of my life, and I highly recommend that others look into it if they have any interest in flying.

Other jobs I have some interest in are: lawyer, freelance marketing advisor, and normal Air Force officer, if I don't end up getting a pilot slot.
I can’t imagine doing something like that. I have a very strict solid ground policy. You make it sound amazing, though.
 

Isa730

Planter
Vets seem like an amazing job until you realize all of the disgusting things vets have to do
I think about this a lot! :cry: I would also be way too sad if any of my patients (which would probably be most) weren't doing well. One day I think I'd like to volunteer at a shelter though! Sure, some of the animals may not be in tip-top shape, but it'd be nice knowing I could help without having to do doctor things.
 

Sinmenon

Planter
Yes and no about the veterinarians. Depending on where you live they actually have specializations. For example, one of my dogs goes to physiotherapy and it is pretty much as it says in the tin: lots of treadmills in the water, acupuncture and other exercises, the veterinarian won't do surgery (but she had to do it to complete her studies).

Or alternatively, you can go for zootechnics. I'm kind of biased because my dad is a professor at the uni.
Basically, it is the specialist that takes care of the animals on a continuous basis before they get sick. They make sure the animals got the vaccinations, they are the ones who formulate the dogs' and cats' food you get at the market (animal nutrition specialists), and can also be specialists in animal reproduction and all these things. It is part of agriculture science and zoology in general. There are many areas too: domestic animals, animal husbandry, fish and wild/zoo animals.
 

withswords

Greenhorn
Right now I think I'd love to be an accent/ dialect coach! I have a background in TESOL but formal lesson planning really isn't my thing. Accent coaching has all the stuff I like about teaching without as many drawbacks, and it's a subject matter I love.
 

Isa730

Planter
Right now I think I'd love to be an accent/ dialect coach! I have a background in TESOL but formal lesson planning really isn't my thing. Accent coaching has all the stuff I like about teaching without as many drawbacks, and it's a subject matter I love.
Also, that's pretty cool! Very specific and honestly I didn't know something like that existed.
 

withswords

Greenhorn
Also, that's pretty cool! Very specific and honestly I didn't know something like that existed.
Yeah, it's a little niche! Most people who get dialect coaching are actors, but people in other fields like business will also get accent training sometimes to try and sound more "professional," and second language speakers may attend to brush up their pronunciation for similar reasons.
 

Mishall

Greenhorn
Yes and no about the veterinarians. Depending on where you live they actually have specializations. For example, one of my dogs goes to physiotherapy and it is pretty much as it says in the tin: lots of treadmills in the water, acupuncture and other exercises, the veterinarian won't do surgery (but she had to do it to complete her studies).

Or alternatively, you can go for zootechnics. I'm kind of biased because my dad is a professor at the uni.

Basically, it is the specialist that takes care of the animals on a continuous basis before they get sick. They make sure the animals got the vaccinations, they are the ones who formulate the dogs' and cats' food you get at the market (animal nutrition specialists), and can also be specialists in animal reproduction and all these things.

It is part of agriculture science and zoology in general. There are many areas too: domestic animals, animal husbandry, fish and wild/zoo animals.
Absolutely! In the field of veterinary medicine, there are indeed specializations depending on the region you live in. Veterinarians can focus on specific areas to provide specialized care for animals. For instance, there are veterinarians who specialize in physiotherapy for animals. In these cases, they utilize techniques like hydrotherapy (treadmills in water), acupuncture, and other exercises to aid in the rehabilitation of animals. While they may not perform surgeries themselves, they may have undergone surgical training as part of their education.
 
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