If your doing it now, then congrats!! When we were younger we all used to dream of doing a job that at the time seemed far fetched or way out of our abilities. However, some do acheive it through work and dedication with a little bit of luck mixed in. When I was at WGSFG I dreamt of working in I.T so I went that route. I did a lot of online courses in computing and got a digital degree in Software Engineering (yes, they were a thing back then). After that, I needed to focus on one major role. I knew I wanted to be SE full time as my career so looked at options like Business Software, Commercial Software and even Video Game Development. However, as I love Areo-engineering and Space, I decided to focus on that area. Two major languages used in that field are Python and Ada/SPARK. I spent the next few years with my head in a book learning the Ada language inside out, then finally submitted some of my own programs to a few language experts online who were certified. After passing the Advanced Courses I finally got my degree as a Software Engineer (took about 15 years). So, that's what I do now. I actually get to work from home full time doing it - and submit my work via email and logistics to the company I work for. At the moment, I currently write back end and front end alogirthms for Satelite and low level rocket launching software. So, yeah that's my dream job landed I guess. I was bloody hard work and I had a lot of failures and rejections along the way - one of the most irritating ones being a female. Big IT firms in the past saw the path as a male-orintated industry but nowadays it's thankfully much more mixed. Are you doing your dream job? If not, what was it?