haha, um, I’m 28?
And a lot of those are like summer jobs.
The art gallery was so awesome you have noooo idea. It was amazing. It totally makes up for the fact that the degree I got at my uni (where the gallery was) is pretty much useless because of the way the uni worked.
It’s the children part thing that I don’t like. It felt too much like babysitting. Actually I should have put babysitting on the worst list as well…(will do that). I hate doing discipline and children are noisy. I’m actually good with them. But I don’t like dealing with them that much, especially not in groups. I’ve worked 5 years with teenagers (not on the list because I wasn’t paid), and I MUCH MUCH preferred that (it was pretty awesome in fact - was working with the drama teacher at the local high school putting on plays and such. Lots of fun.) My favourite classes when I was in Korea were the ones with middle-school kids. But I didn’t have many of those.
I think I would enjoy teaching adults or like at the university level if I were teaching something that I’m passionate about. It’s not gonna happen though so *shrugs*.