As most EclectEcon readers know, I am unemployed at the moment. At least according to the Statistics Canada definition, I am unemployed: I do not have a job, and I am (somewhat) actively seeking work.
When someone asked me my occupation for the programme that is distributed by the concert band I have recently joined (I don't know why they list occupations of their members, but they do), I wanted to tell them "squeegee kid", but I've never actually done that job.
Ms. Eclectic suggested "Undecided". I like that category since I am not quite sure what I want to do with the rest of my life. For example, here is one possibility I have been considering:
There is a building downtown in London, Ontario (where I am now living) that plays classical music through the speakers near the entrances, very loudly, in an effort to keep the riff-raff from hanging out there. In the spring, I'm thinking of wearing my tux, top hat, and white gloves and conducting the music.
And then I saw this cartoon (h/t "classical music humor" on FaceBook) which seems relevant: