ONLY one fifth of adults from across Worcestershire are doing the job they wanted to do when they were a child.
The revelation comes from a survey of 1,000 people which was commissioned by public sector jobs board ‘We Manage Jobs’.
As well as finding 79 per cent of residents were not doing the jobs they set out to do, it also found almost one in ten said they enjoyed ‘absolutely nothing’ about the roles they were in.
The most popular childhood career choices of Worcestershire people were vet, teacher and doctor.
Those wanting a job in the public sector can visit www.wmjobs.co.uk to find roles which are currently available.