The #1 “Dream Job” Worldwide Is . . .
If you asked your seventh grader what their DREAM JOB would be, they probably won’t say, “electrophysiologist.” They’d probably say YouTuber, or rapper, or Subway Sandwich Artist.
New research came up with a list of the top “dream jobs” worldwide. They did it by looking into targeted online search results for stuff like “how to be a . . .”
In the end, the top “dream job” was PILOT. Which is interesting, because we’ve been hearing stories about how airlines have been struggling with pilot shortages since the pandemic.
When broken down by country, “pilot” is #1 in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Papua New Guinea, and Australia.
Here’s the Top 20 worldwide.
10. Teacher . . . It’s good to see this on the list, despite the challenges.
15. Flight attendant
19. Attorney . . . Most people use “lawyer” and “attorney” interchangeably . . . even lawyers and attorneys themselves. So you could probably just lump them together and bump them up 10 spots.
In China, the #1 dream job is: Dietician
In South Korea, it’s: Police officer
In Egypt, it’s: Football coach. (Not for like the Browns. They mean soccer.)
In Brazil, it’s: Businessman
In Mexico, it’s: YouTuber
(Back to your seventh grader, if they just want to be rich and help people, maybe their dream job SHOULD be electrophysiologist. That’s one of the highest paid careers in the U.S.)