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    Well I would love to work in Epcot in the World Showcase, but I'm not from Germany so that might be a deal breaker. In all honesty though I'd take any part time job working in the MK after I retire. It could be working at an attraction/ride, restaurant, or store.
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    I'd love to have a job where you work in different places and not be tied down to one thing...That way I could enjoy it all!
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    It would be fun to be part of the HDDR. Get to act, sing, and make people laugh. (and maybe get some of that great fried chicken ).
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    I would want to work with the horses at disney world. I love horses! They are amazing animals.
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    Would like to work as a train engineer, or pilot the monorail. also working in the hm would be cool as well
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    One nice thing about working at WDW - you're *not* "tied down" to "just one job" if you don't want to be

    You can move around if you want to. Tired of Splash Mountain? Transfer to Thunder. Don't like Frontierland? Move to Tomorrowland. Don't like Magic Kingdom? Transfer to Studios. Tired of attractions? Go to Food/Beverage. Getting sick of the parks? Move to a resort. Every six months
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    Quote Originally Posted by KAJUNKING View Post
    ....., or pilot the monorail.
    Used to tell my kids on the return trips back home from WDW that my ultimate retirement job was to drive the monorail, because if you had an altzheimers moment, you couldn't get lost.

    Told casting that at my face interview and thought the interviewer wouldn't stop laughing. Said he had never heard that before.

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    Working the lab in Living with the Land. Or clowning around on the streets at Disney Studios. Perhaps even water transportation. But I'm pretty sure casting would throw me in as a nerd waiter at the 50's Prime Time Cafe. But that's not too far off from clowning around on the DS streets. Haha.

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    Window Dresser!

    Another option would be working in the decorating department for all the holidays.
    "Live under your own hat. Don't be led away by these howls about realism. Remember pine woods are as real as pig-sties, and a darn sight pleasanter." - Old Mr. Carpenter in 'Emily Climbs,' by L.M. Montgomery

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    I would either like to be a bouncer at Disney quest, drive the monorail or one of the boats. (In no particular order)
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    I would want to do so many things at WDW that I don't know where to start! I would definitely want to be a maid at HM so I could be there and wear the cool outfit. I wouldn't mind being a tour guide for one of the backstage tours or work with their archives/library. My fun fantasy job there would be a dancer, in a parade or in a show.
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    I would love to retire and become a greeter... "Welcome to Magic Kingdom, have a magical day". What an easy day and everyone is happy in the morning My husband has always wanted to do the Jungle Cruise boat. He loves cheesy jokes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Button1215 View Post
    I would love to retire and become a greeter... "Welcome to Magic Kingdom, have a magical day". What an easy day and everyone is happy in the morning
    Boy, would you be in for a surprise. Sorry, just couldn't help but say that. Park Greeter (turnstiles) "can be" a decent day but it can be very "trying" sometimes. If you really believe "everyone is happy in the morning" you should come in and work an opening shift with us. Might be surprised about the other 80%. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11290 View Post
    if you really believe "everyone is happy in the morning" you should come in and work an opening shift with us.
    lol!
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    Without hesitation or doubt, I would be an aquarist in EPCOT at The Seas with Nemo and Friends!! I know they're not the typical cast members who deal with the guests very often, if at all, but it would be a dream come true for me!!

    It also helps that I'm an animal person with 13 years of zookeeping and aquarium experience, so I guess it's not completely out of the question, right?


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    I would love to give tours or even greet enjoy working with people. But also crowds for parades and shows sounds like a lot of fun. Have worked big events for years I always enjoy working at concerts but get bored just going to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elmjimmlm View Post
    I'd love to have a job where you work in different places and not be tied down to one thing...That way I could enjoy it all!
    One of my good friends down there has worked at all four parks.

    Window Dresser!

    Another option would be working in the decorating department for all the holidays.
    All part of the Decorating department

    My fun fantasy job there would be a dancer, in a parade or in a show.
    Entertainment department. If you have *any* kind of acting/dancing experience, it helps.


    I would love to retire and become a greeter... "Welcome to Magic Kingdom, have a magical day". What an easy day and everyone is happy in the morning.
    Boy, would you be in for a surprise. Sorry, just couldn't help but say that. Park Greeter (turnstiles) "can be" a decent day but it can be very "trying" sometimes. If you really believe "everyone is happy in the morning" you should come in and work an opening shift with us. Might be surprised about the other 80%. LOL
    I was gonna say the *exact* same thing...LOL
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    Haunted Mansion Cast Member...
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    I would be perfectly happy just picking up trash in magic kingdom
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    Does Jasmine need a costume attendant or anything? Did I mention I'd work for free?
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