If you’re a food lover, what better way to make a living than being a food critic. The profession allows you to eat in a range of restaurants. A fair minded food critic makes sure she or he knows the ropes and the workings of a restaurant in great detail. Additionally of course, having an eye for detail and good taste buds is important. It does help if you have an outgoing spirit and are open minded about the vastly different cuisines from most parts of the world.

Yes, you would say: why a baker? But. Have you notice the number of newly-opened shops specializing just in bread or in pastry in general? Hand-in-hand goes the number of people visiting them, of course. People get fed up with all that is artificial and – more importantly – all that tastes the same with the products from large manufacturers that have flooded the market. Why not, then, become a pastry chef and an artist?

A landscaper can comprise of being a specialized landscaping architect, a landscaping designer or one can go all the way by becoming a comprehensive landscaper armed with the knowledge of the right plants, trees, soils, the right season for planting and sowing, design and use of equipment.

Compared to working with airlines, fewer individuals think of working on cruise ships and extremely few women actually join cruis lines.

East Asian universities may seem to be a Wonderland when it comes to natural sciences, engineering, and high-tech in general. What most student populations usually do not consider are the high quality, successful departments of social sciences and humanities that the Asian sub-region offers. If we make a comparison with most of the European top Universities (for example Heidelberg in Germany and Krakow in Poland), we will notice significant differences in the approach towards fields of study like Sociology, Political Science, Law, etc. This certainly doesn’t diminish the significance of the East Asian University environment, it actually makes it more exotic than is commonly understood.

You don’t have to be aiming for the Everest if you want to be a mountain guide. There are mountains all over the world and most countries need mountain guides. The profession also happens to be well paying in addition to filling your wants and desires for adventure.


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