Do you know what kind of career you would’ve held down in the 1960s? Take these 10 questions and find out!
Do you enjoy traveling?
It depends on the destination
Do you enjoy helping others?
If I feel like it
Do you consider yourself to be a creative individual?
What would you spend your tax refund on?
Gifts for others
What would be your must have desert island item?
My favorite book
A picture of my family
Swiss army knife
Who would you most enjoy eating dinner with?
The Dalai Lama
What word best describes you?
What do you most want out of a work environment?
What is your favorite genre of music?
Rock n' roll
Choose your preferred work attire:
In the 1960s, you would've held down a job as a nurse. As a compassionate and caring individual, nursing would have most definitely been your preferred profession. Not only do you get to help people on a day to day basis, but you would've enjoyed building camaraderie with your fellow nurses.
In the 1960s, you would've been a teacher! Teaching is one of the most important professions in the world, and we know you wouldn't have taken this job lightly. Sharing your knowledge with others is truly a passion.
In the 1960s, you would've been a sales person! With a wit and charm that is unmatched, you could sell just about anything to anyone. You have a keen ability to bend the truth in such a way that you can make anything sound appealing.
In the 1960s, you would've been a seamstress. You have a talent for sewing, pattern making, and fashion. You also love the creative freedom that being a seamstress allows.
In the 1960s, you would've been a stewardess. With a love of travel and high altitude hijinks, flying as a stewardess would've been your groovy dream job.