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11 careers that would have made Donald Trump more successful than he is now

What other paths could he have gone down since 1974 that would arguably have been more fulfilling, and at least made him a buck or two?

1. Hairdresser/beauty therapist
Hairdressers are reportedly some of the happiest workers on earth. And you know the Donald would get a kick out of helping people achieve his own signature comb over/fake tan look.

2. Marriage counsellor
Always full of sound advice.

3. Construction worker
That wall on the border with Mexico isn't going to build itself.
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4. Impressionist
Maybe not of the movements of people with physical disabilities, though, like he's doing here.

5. Professional sports player (well, he could try)
Trump reportedly dreamed of playing major league baseball when he was young. It's not like he doesn't own enough sports facilities to practise now, though.
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6. Military strategist
Donald famously dodged military service becaus of a knee problem. But his sophisticated analysis of the current issues in the Middle East is 'beautiful, secret, foolproof'.



7. Professional hunter
He'd have to go live in the woods. But we're probably OK with that.
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8. Doctor
Trump's attitude towards the West African ebola crisis also showed a thorough grasp of the ethics and complexities of public health.
The U.S. cannot allow EBOLA infected people back. People that go to far away places to help out are great-but must suffer the consequences!

9. Child carer/teacher
He loves kids! Look!
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10. Zoologist
Trump could have been first to discover this little guy.

11. Artist
We couldn't find any pictures of Trump finger-painting. But we did find Paint with Trump, the results of which you can see here.
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FYI, Donald: if you feel like ending the nightmare that is your presidential bid early, it's never too late to pursue your dreams...

Source: http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/11-careers-that-would-have-made-donald-trump-more-successful-than-he-is-now--Z1t7SEMs5g
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