What is Your 1960’s Job?

Ever wonder what your professional life would have been like if you had been born just a few decades sooner? Take this quiz to discover what your 1960's job would have been .

Question 1/10
Favorite 1960's fad?
Lava Lamps
Go Go Boots
The Twist
None of these

Question 2/10
Pick a 1960's Hit
I Heard it Through the Grapevine
Leader of the Pack
Good Vibrations
Be My Baby
A Day in the Life

Question 3/10
How fast do you type?
More than 40 WPM
I am average
None of these

Question 4/10
What is your favorite 1960's look?
Big Hair
Dark Eyeliner
Mini Skirts
None of These

Question 5/10
Can you sew?
A little
I don't know

Question 6/10
What would you like to wear to work?
A Uniform
An Apron
None of these

Question 7/10
Do you like to travel?
Every now and then a holiday would be fun
Only for business
None of these

Question 8/10
Are you comfortable in front of a crowd?
It depends
I don't know

Question 9/10
Pick a 1960's home.
Split level
None of these

Question 10/10
Are you or do you plan on getting married?
I don't know
You would have had the opportunity to live a jet setter lifestyle while you served coffee and meals a mile high in the sky. This is back when air travel was glamorous and the uniforms were chic. You would have a plethora of stamps in your passport and a gentleman waiting for you in every city from Paris to Sao Paolo. In the 1960's, you would have been an Air Hostess.

Air Hostess
Your vocal chords and talented singing would have made you quite popular back in the heyday of popular music. You would have donned the perfect sequin-dress and beehive hairdo before climbing on stage and inspiring crowds, and you would have looked and sounded fabulous doing it. In the 1960's, you would have been a singer.

The rise of the popularity of the beehive would have been your bread and butter. This complicated up-do might take an entire morning and bottle of hairspray to complete, but your clients would have been stunning when you were finished. In the 1960's, you would have been a hair stylist.

You would have worked right alongside with Betty Friedan after being inspired by "The Feminine Mystique". Your goal would be to pass the Equal Rights Amendment and seek equality for women. You would encourage and inspire others to break free of their stereotypes and chains of societal norms. In the 1960's you would be an Advocate for Women's Rights.

Women's Rights Activist
Yes you would have lived during a time when many of your peers were pushing for the Equal Rights Amendment, but unlike them you would have felt fulfilled in your role as a stay at home mom. You would wear pearls while you swept and mixed your kids up a fresh glass of Ovaltine for snack time. In the 1960's, you would have been a stay-at-home mom.

Stay at Home Mom