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Ever wondered what it was like to be an auctioneer? A jeweller? A physiotherapist? How about a viticulturist? These career profiles will let you find out about different careers straight from the mouths of those who've 'been there, done that'.
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Juggling conflicting deadlines, budgets and priorities of Adland (as the advertising industry calls itself) is all in a day's work for Jane, an account executive.
Argentinian-born Julia is primarily a painter. To keep the cash trickling in, she also makes jewellery and works in an artists' co-operative one day a week.
Leigh works as an audio engineer in a recording studio. His work ranges from using audio software and hardware on a personal computer to using full-scale analogue and digital recording studio equipment.
Andrew admits to sometimes giggling at work. "Creating cartoons is a fun thing to do and is really satisfying."
Over the past eight years, Paul has travelled the world with an Australian street-performance theatre company.
Currently a contemporary dancer, choreographer and teacher, Shaun is one of a rare breed of professional dancers in that he hadn't done any dancing until he got to university.
The large variety of research books on Bridget's shelf shows how well read an editor has to be.
Trent dreamed of bringing his ideas to life as a famous Hollywood director – then he had an even better idea.