So let's just discuss the jobs I've had.
1. Babysitter. I did this from about age 13-16. After school, two hours a day. Definitely a great gig.
2. Candy store clerk at the Wakefield "Mall." I'm not sure who they are kidding. It's not a mall, it's like 5 stores put together. It was awesome because no one ever went there, so I got all of my homework done, listened to Jimmy Buffett and chatted with the security officers. Easy peasy.
3. Survey taker for a cancer research center. That didn't last too long. Not a shy person kind of job.
4. Cashier at a golf store. This was awesome until they started calling me the "Cashier with a Degree." Then I knew I had to move on. But I got to meet some pro golfers and hockey players, including Cam Neely. Lots of lawyers, too.
5. Website designer for a small ISP/web design company. I quickly became a developer (programmer) because I was much better at it, but I still think design is more fun. I did tech support, too, and well, I'd make that its own list but I am currently suppressing those memories.
6. Website developer for a large company. That's my current job. I work with an international team to develop that company's website. It's more fun than I just made it sound. We have a great and fun group.
7. Cashier at a hockey store. This was a part-time gig to make some extra money while at my current job. It was a blast, and I only left it because #8 paid more, for less hours.
8. Beer pourer at Gillette Stadium. This one was fun when drunk guys weren't yelling at me to pour their beer quicker in sub-freezing temperatures and 30mph winds. I loved being at the Patriots games, but it was much more fun to work the Revolution games and concerts (less fuss and frostbite). My favorite: pouring margaritas on the field during the Jimmy Buffett concert. Oh, there's that name again. We had a fun time, and the tips were great. I left this one when I got pregnant with the little guy.
That's it. Maybe I'll be able to add on someday... when I get that sports photography gig. ;)