Over the past month, I’ve asked UW-Whitewater students, ‘What is your dream job?’ The responses were widely diverse and very interesting. Take a look to see the dream jobs of your peers!
Brittney Weiland – ‘To be a press secretary for a politician.’
Jamie Selck – ‘My dream job would making Excel spreadsheets all day long.’
Brian Goetsch – ‘My dream job would be to work in the finance and accounting department of an international insurance company. I would love to travel to different countries for my job.’
Justina Baker – ‘To be a risk analysis.’
Roman Powers – ‘To own a golf course!’
Erin Powers – ‘Working for the Brewers.’
Abbie Reed – ‘A book reviewer!’
Zach Hicks – ‘Sports Illustrated feature writer.’
Danielle Johnson – ‘To be a sports medicine doctor.’
Leah Wasylik – ‘My dream job would be a successful actor on Broadway or in film work!
Dan Schultz – ‘To be a community developer for Google headquarters in Silicon Valley, California.’
Ryan Kolter – ‘Being an involved student leader here at UW-W has already helped me secure my dream job – working for Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity!’
Emily Borkowski – ‘A Walt Disney World College Program Internship Recruiter.’
Allison Duch – ‘My dream job would be opening my own fitness center.’
Anna Seely – ‘A financial investor in real estate.’
Mike Mifflin – ‘To be a professor that engages my students to think openly and critically about life and their purpose in it.’
Patrick Johnson – ‘My dream job is to be an Orchestral Conductor for major symphonies around the world. I dream of conducting symphonies by Mahler, Bruckner, Brahms, and Sibelius. And of course traveling the world performing in Vienna, London, Seoul, New York and Australia.’
Jay Brannan – ‘In my dream job, I would be a Human Resources Consultant for the Boston Consulting Group. I would live in Boston and travel all over the world for my job. I would like to be a top expert in my field and have a lot of recognition for all that I have done. I would live in a nice house and even have a winter home in Arizona. I would make enough money so that I wouldn’t have to worry about what happens in my life. I would retire early and enjoy the rest of my life traveling and exploring the world.’
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