When you attempt to come up with words that describe your jobs, chances are words like "fun," "enjoyable" and "exciting" probably aren't on the tip of your tongue.
That is, of course, unless you're one of the few that chose a career that invigorates you each and every time you go into the office.
Ironically, however, the key to happiness when it comes to work seems to be not having a traditional office at all. As far as careers go, some of the most gratifying come minus the desk, chair and supplies but rather force workers to think and play outside the box.
Speaking of playing, did you know that playing video games or just talking over cartoon characters or actually playing one are high paying jobs? You might assume the latter is only for the famous, but voice over work isn't just for Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts.
OK, so maybe you won't be cast alongside Tom Hanks and Tim Allen in "Toy Story 4" (if that ever happens), but that doesn't mean you neighborhood theme park isn't in the market for some energetic spokespersons who aren't afraid to don a giant head and wave at crowds of people. A lot of theme parks and attractions are doing more 3D and even 4D cartoon shorts that employ the voices of regular people. That kind of experience is invaluable. And that's just a starting point for what could up being a career at Disney playing a princess or one of the loveable characters for quite a handsome sum of money.
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