List of occupations mentioned in March 2011 Toronto Life (only of named persons, not general categories):

  • doctor, chief of laboratory medicine, Police Board member
  • (real estate) agent
  • filmmaker
  • mayor
  • (police) chief
  • surgeon
  • fast-talking workaholic lawyer and one-time general counsel, real estate agent
  • legendary broker
  • (real estate) agent
  • financial analyst
  • director of the MBA Corporate Connections Centre
  • executive at a TV production company
  • headhunter who specializes in capital markets
  • investment banker
  • manager in charge of day-to-day operations
  • housekeeper, lance corporal
  • hotel worker
  • housekeeper
  • premier
  • Bay St. lawyer, owner
  • resort developer, co-owner
  • software salesman, co-owner; full-time filmmaker
  • corporate lawyer, investment banker; co-owners
  • business-law professor
  • professor of management and marketing
  • roving filmmaker
  • photographer
  • interior designer
  • architectural designer; interior-design instructor
  • finance director
  • economist
  • professor of architecture
  • sculptor
  • “work at a student travel agency”; “run a home daycare”
  • editor
  • owner
  • staffer
  • owner
  • hip hopper (sic)
  • singer
  • artist
  • choreographer
  • physician; young ER doctor
  • career bookkeeper

Do you find yourself and your friends fairly represented in the above list?

Do you think there is any overlap whatsoever with the editors and readers of Torontoist, which Toronto Life’s parent company just bought?

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