Logan (half-jokingly): Maybe I should become an actress?
Me: Oh, I have a chart to show you from The Atlantic:
(Derek Thompson pulled those jobs and numbers from this WSJ Jobs Snapshot.)
i wasn’t joking at all.
Yeaaaaah writer isn’t on there! SUCK IT ACTORS.
For some reason I interpreted “gaming cage worker” as “person who runs a game at a carnival” but that’s not what it is.
@Anna Jayne@twitter I was going to ask if anyone knew this one. Anyone? All I can think of is someone who cleans up after a cage fighting match, the blood and stuff. But that would be a fighting cage worker….
@Anna Jayne@twitter I had to google it. I was thinking of something similar!
@sintaxis I’m not sure if I should be embarrassed or not that I knew what the job was almost immediately.
Okay, so. Do I count as an unemployed actor or an employed admin assistant?
@thatgirl this is a really good point. it is very easy to be “not employed as an actor and actively searching for work.”
@thatgirl Do I count as an employed editor, or a person “not employed as a penguinologist and actively searching for work”?
I can say that 100% of the boilermakers I encounter are employed in getting me drunk.
Also, no listing for wizards, pornography historians, or penguinologists.
@stuffisthings Y’know I thought I had my dream job until you pointed out that I could be (not) working as a pornography historian. THANKS FOR RUINING MY DREAMS.
I want to know what a gaming cage worker is, but then maybe I don’t . . .
Strictly speaking, the advice in the post title should be quite easy to follow if the information in the post is correct.
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