My first job was as a bagger at a grocery store. I've had many interesting jobs in my lifetime. I think the one's I've liked the best weren't necessarily the best paying but the one's that I enjoyed doing the most.
In Jr. Hi., I first worked cleaning a printshop. After High Sch., I worked as a TV repair tech. Then, Unkle Sugar shipped me to Vietnam, put a radio on my back, an M-16 in my hands and introduced me to a lot of Northern folks.
Back as a civilian, I entered Broadcasting. First, in front of the camera reading news and then, the remaining 38 years as a Chief Engineer for Rad. & TV.
In my off time, I was a Flight Instructor for Airplane, Helicopter and Instrument.
Today, I sit on my kiester and make more money than I'll ever spend in the Forex-style environments.
My biggest gripe is why wasn't Forex ever mentioned in High School??? Would have made a BIG difference in my life.