Dream Job
By Gemma Morris
1st March 2017

We all have that one dream job that if nothing could stop us we would do in a heartbeat. While many dreamed when they were kids they would be astronauts we asked the KDR team, now they are adults, what their dream job would be if there were no barriers.

Professional Poker Player

Dream Job - Professional Poker Player

“Professional Poker player! It would mean I would get to travel the world seeing new places, following my passion as well as making some serious money.” – Ben

RAF Fighter Pilot

Dream Job - RAF Fighter Pilot

“I always wanted to be a RAF Fighter Pilot. Just being able to fly one of the fastest jets in the world and to be elitist within that field would have been so much fun.” – Brian

Disney Princess

Dream Job - Disney Princess

“The voice over for a Disney Princess or main character with a ballad scene. Even though I keep quiet about my classical singing background I would love to one day prove to people what I am made of and I couldn’t think of a better way than a well written Disney song.” – Anise

F1 Driver

Dream Job - F1 Driver

“F1 or supercar driver! Driving stupidly fast cars while seeing the world, what’s not to love?” – Gemma

Cricket Commentator

Dream Job - Cricket Commentator

“Cricket commentator! Travel the world in business class, stay in top hotels with international cricket teams and spend my working days chatting about cricket. What’s not to like?” – Mark

Marine Biologist

Dream Job - Marine Biologist

“A marine biologist as what could be better than spending your working day on a boat, diving and seeing all the amazing sights underwater!” – Ethan

Undercover Diner

Dream Job - Undercover Diner

“An undercover diner because I’m a massive foodie and I’d get amazing free meals just to rate them – dream job!” – Amy

Cricket Commentator (again!)

Dream Job - Cricket Commentator (again!)

“Mine would have to be a cricket commentator! Getting paid to talk about cricket whilst travelling to places like Sri Lanka, West Indies and New Zealand – what could be better than that?” – Chris

Musician

Dream Job - Musician

“I would probably be a musician because who wouldn’t want to listen and play music while travelling the world and getting paid for it.” – Rob

Handbag Designer

Dream Job - Handbag Designer

“Handbag designer!!! I love handbags! I think they’re amazing, I’ve always loved Burberry and Prada bags and would love to have my own line (every season) with influences from both of those designers infused into one! Plus I wouldn’t have to spend all my money on bags, they’d be free!” – Shaz

Game Designer

Dream Job - Game Designer

“Game designer or developer - I’d love to be able to create cutting edge games using the latest technologies such as VR and Augmented Reality” – Mike

What would be your dream job if nothing could stop you? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below

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