Originally Posted by redcaimen
No, that requires getting dirty.
Originally Posted by acidboy
owner/administrator of some clothes forum
No, that is an anonymous work from home career.
The guy that owns SF doesn't know the first thing about clothing.
Oddly, neither Styleforum nor AskAndy were begun by men with encyclopedic knowledge of lapel widths. As Jeremy Jackson, the founder of Styleforum, put it, ''I have no idea what these people are talking about.'' Mr. Jackson, a 25-year-old office manager at his stepfather's construction company in Seattle, had a mild fascination with clothes when he started the site two years ago. He had participated in an online fashion forum run by GQ magazine but found it too vituperative in tone. ''There was a lot of fighting,'' he said. Moderating Mr. Jackson's site to make sure tempers don't flare too aggressively is a San Antonio writer named Steve Brinkman, whom Mr. Jackson has never met.
Originally Posted by OliverGauffe
Anything visible, like a PR guy, salesman, even a secretarial position... anything where you are up and walking around and people have to look at you all the time. Even a teacher, or a lawyer... Well, maybe that's a big eccentric for a lawyer LOL This thread is funny
PR guy might be sitting at a desk most days.
But for a media appearance, he gets to be seen.
Salesman is seen, but by only one person at a time.
Lawyer might be sitting at a desk most days.
Teacher is a very good answer, but is only seen by the same group of people each day.
What is the ultimate career to be seen?