Some professions that are considered fun and interesting are food critic, multimedia animator and robotics engineer. These jobs are not only considered engaging, but they allow potential for growth, creativity and innovation.
For food connoisseurs, few jobs could be as fulfilling as that of a food critic. Previously, such critics were limited to reviewing sit-down restaurants for radio or print media outlets. The advent of the Internet expanded the possibilities for finding such positions in other outlets, specifically sites that specialize in such types of reviews. The field has also expanded to reviewing all types of venues, from food carts to farmer's markets.
Multimedia animators and artists create special effects for all types of projects, including advertisements, movies, television shows and video games. They put together web sites and even design electronic cards. Colleges train animators in the essential computer skills necessary to thrive in the field, and some schools offer specialized degrees in computer design and multimedia art.
Robots are used by the military to defuse land mines and by rescue teams to search for survivors, and they can also be engineered to become skilled ping pong players. Robotic engineers are responsible for conceiving, designing, building and operating these sophisticated machines of the future.