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I'm in public auditing and well I've had enough of it. Long hours, constant stress, and the job being not very satisfying.

 

I'm planning to take a break at some stage after I finish my CA for a couple of months, but I'm seriously considering an entirely new career. Would welcome any suggestions.

 

Be creative in your suggestions!

 

Tem

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Be a porn star. I imagine it's a very satisfying job.

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I think a career as a brewmaster would be very satisfying. I think beer has a bright future.

 

I just noticed he is in Australia, there is definitely a vacuum of good breweries located there. The Portland/Boise/Northwest area has seen a ton of breweries pop of late with many of them turning into very successful companies. The popularity of beer, especially craft beer has been growing despite the economy so it definitely has a bright future. Most beer enthusiasts like to experiment and try different breweries so the prospect of over saturation is a ways off, for awhile at least.

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Export koala meat to the U.S.

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Marry Terri Irwin and go into the zoo business.

Wouldn't mind doing that myself.

 

as your not right in the head to begin with....the implications of being married to a zoo person...is ....squicky.

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Marry Terri Irwin and go into the zoo business.

Wouldn't mind doing that myself.

 

She is smokin' hot, that's for sure. And she's a lady of independent means. And she could probably introduce me to The Seekers, which would be cool.

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Marry Terri Irwin and go into the zoo business.

Wouldn't mind doing that myself.

 

as your not right in the head to begin with....the implications of being married to a zoo person...is ....squicky.

 

I hate zoo people. They keep my kind in cages.

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Marry Terri Irwin and go into the zoo business.

Wouldn't mind doing that myself.

 

as your not right in the head to begin with....the implications of being married to a zoo person...is ....squicky.

 

I hate zoo people. They keep my kind in cages.

 

that's why your people fling poo... duh!!

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I'm in public auditing and well I've had enough of it. Long hours, constant stress, and the job being not very satisfying.

 

I'm planning to take a break at some stage after I finish my CA for a couple of months, but I'm seriously considering an entirely new career. Would welcome any suggestions.

 

Be creative in your suggestions!

 

Tem

 

 

For my mid-life career change, I'm studying biology and ecology and expect to become a U. S. Fish and Wildlife Park Ranger eventually. And/or a college professor, too.

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There is a shortage of demographers in Australia. There is also a shortage of people capable of doing more general statistical work.

 

Apart from that, anything that delivers services to the retired is reputed to be a growth industry in Australia.

 

Here is a section on skills shortages on the DEEWR (Dept of Education Employment and Workplace Relations)website:

 

http://www.deewr.gov.au/Employment/LMI/SkillShortages/Pages/SkillShortageLists.aspx

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Only you would know what you enjoy doing. Do that.

 

I'm thinking psychology. I like listening and helping people solve problems. I also know that I could get incredibly frustrated with people. Will need to talk to actual psychologists to see if it's for me.

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I think a career as a brewmaster would be very satisfying. I think beer has a bright future.

 

@ Ro bear and fellow brewsters

 

I've never consider that before but I can't drink beer. (It's called Asian Flush ppls) Do you think I could do it without actually liking beer?

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I just want to say one word. Computers.

 

I'm actually good with computers. But I guess I want to work with people rather than machines. Is it good money? (I am after all an accountant)

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Oh, Australian are you? That simplifies things a bunch. Marry Terri Irwin and go into the zoo business.

 

Can't staaaand Bindy. Or Crocodiles. Or Nambour, or whereever the park is located, can't remember.

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