Thursday, March 22, 2007

Daydreaming

Nothing of any substance to post lately. I had an easy time last week and this week I'm struggling. Too bad work gets in the way when I hit those streaks.

I've been updating my resume and I think its complete. Not that I've found any jobs worth applying, but one never can tell when the right one comes along. And to be honest, lately I've been bored at work.

So I invested time and looked up some fun jobs:

Rodeo Clown
Seriously..where else can you dress up goofy and get paid for it? Sure sure..there's the element of danger. All you need is hamburger buns with ketchup and they are docile. And you help save a life!

Test Driver Safer then a race car driver. And if you break something they have to fix it. Test drive all the newest models and review which ones are best.

Snow Plow Driver Oh yea...be the first street cleared during a snowstorm!

Zamboni Operator Open a side business selling flavored ice cones. You make money because you get the ice for free!

Archaeologist Now this I've always wanted to try. I think it would be fun.

Pyrotechnician Blow things up...need I say more?

4 comments:

MrsJoseGoldbloom said...

Dazd your post made me think of that show "dirty jobs", have you ever seen that? LOL...some of the jobs that poor guy has had to endure.

Dazd said...

Yes! I love that show. Lil Dazd and I watch whenever we can. We also watch "How it's Made". That's a cool show too.

Anonymous said...

Okay, those must be shows on cable, 'cause I've never heard of them.

Since your resume is complete you should consider posting your resume on Monster and CareerBuilder.com with perhaps your middle name and last name (omit home addy, tel., etc. and use a different email address other than your blog or work). That way if someone likes your resume they contact you. Or you can set up alerts with certain criteria, so if jobs open up that might interest you, you'll be one of the first to apply.

Michele
lettersfromnyc.mu.nu

Dazd said...

Excellent idea Michele. Thank you!