52% intelligent. 9% modest. More monkey than bear.
That's intriguing. What's happened?
as I have said to you before mate, my career effectively ended about three years ago. The intangible benefits of my (admittedly well paid) job far outweigh the fact that it is generally dull and not terribly mentally stimulating.Funny how the ambition and idealism fade, isn't it?
I'm beginning to think that careers and jobs are a bit overrated anyway...
You and Bargs certainly know how to lift a girl's spirits regarding her prospects in the world...Seriously though...what happened?
You and me both, baby. When I graduated I was going to be a successful television producer. After a couple of years of working as a researcher - and the hideous insecurity of short-term meeja contracts - I sold my soul to work in a stable job. To think, I could be in the gallery at Big Brother right now...
You don't play golf.
Just to be somewhat contrarian here, I got a brilliant job when I was aged 46. After 18 years as a wage slave with one particular employer, having reached a career plateau some time earlier, I was head-hunted by the pre-eminent company in my line of work for an interesting, well paid job that I'm still in 7 years later. So don't assume your career is over if you haven't made it by 30 or some other arbitrary age.