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Old 02-02-2016, 05:26 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by redpoint5 View Post
I got 2 difference answers from 2 different guys who were SCUBA guides on an island. The first guy said he is living a dream doing what he loves for a job. The other guy said the job has ruined what used to be his favorite activity.

Just because you love to do something doesn't mean you want to make it your job. Think about all aspects of what it means to make a career out of your hobby.

My brother in law sells season tickets for proffessional sports teams. He swore he would never sell for major league baseball because it would ruin it for him.

Any chance you could spin that degree into a vegetation management position? There are a great many jobs/careers that have no specific degree requirements.

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