If all jobs paid the same?

salary, and accumulated wealth were strictly capped, what job would you choose? Would you prefer, for example, to clean toilets or do heart surgery? Security guard or CEO?

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  • 5 years ago

    I would chose to do what I love and that is R&D plus design work on electro/mechanical devices like I've done all my life but I'm certain I would not chose any boring repetitive job than turns me into a robot.

    Also I know I wouldn't spend 8 years and long hours over more years as an intern to be a doctor, even if the Government was paying for the education.

    No one wants to take on huge responsibilities and be on call every hour or spend a life managing a huge corporation if there are no rewards for the effort.

    Most of us would like to be with our families, not sacrificing Everything for others with no benefits.

    Not even Progressive Liberals will do that, but they will make others do it while they take the benefits.

  • 5 years ago

    I've dug gardens, fields, fence pole holes, sewer cisterns, graves, crap and foxholes. I've sat at desks in ties. Frankly I take pride in job done well. Not it's status.

  • 5 years ago

    That is definitely not going to work and is closer to socialism/communism than ever.

    For more work related issues, read posts from this blog from career and salary research site called PayScale, http://bitly.com/1omMNdz .

  • 5 years ago

    I'd deliver newspapers. Or be a congressman--about the same amount of effort in each.

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  • 4 years ago

    I'd still try to change the Economics of Green Energy, But the LEFT would be the biggest NAY SAYERS. They would try to bankrupt the solution, because it would make some people very wealthy by changing low value land into Prestigious REAL ESTATE.

  • David
    Lv 7
    4 years ago

    Bikini waxer for the stars

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    To be a waiter.

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