What is Your Dream Job?
I already have it! I am a full-time stay-at-home mommy, and I love it! My day is spent playing with my adorable one-year-old baby girl. We go for stroller walks in Marine Park, attend mommy-and-me classes, and cuddle. I am very fortunate to be able to do this. Ayelet W.
I know many yeshivah bachurim can relate to this, but I really feel like I could have made it in the professional baseball leagues. Obviously, it’s not the right lifestyle for a Torah-observant Jew, but I’m telling you, I would have been the next Trevor Bauer or Mike Trout. If the Mets are interested in a middle-aged yeshivish guy that can throw a mean curveball, I’m your guy. Y. H.
A food tester or food blogger. I think I am a pretty decent cook. I would love to get paid to eat at restaurants and write reviews. If it paid enough, I would also love to quit my job and just food blog all day. Bracha Glazer
Video game developer. Considering how many hours I spend playing video games, I think I am more than qualified to come up with a cool concept and design and release the next biggest, baddest, and most popular video game that ever existed. Yitz R.
A singer. My family tells me I have a great voice, but I’m not sure I can cut it as a professional singer. I think I sound fantastic in the shower and at the Shabbos table, but I don’t know if the public would agree. In any case, it would be cool to sing in front of a large audience at a concert or at a simchah, or to see my face plastered on a CD cover. For now, I guess Shabbos zemiros will have to do.
President of the United States of America! I will surely do a better job that the current bearer of that title. Mordechai Grossman
Nothing! I want to sit and relax and do nothing. A job, even a fun and cool job, still brings stress and pressure and I don’t need it. Chanie G.
I have always fantasized about starting a Jewish women’s magazine. It would be a publication with content that women are interested in reading, and not what leaders in the community or advertisers think they should be reading. It would be a publication that has the guts to print topics that today are considered taboo or off limits and one that actually has images of women in it. E. S.