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also a waiter at the Italian restaurant in Perth while he studied performing arts at the WAAPA. He was a PE teacher in his “gap year” between studies. I think Jays message here is that Hugh kept on following his dreams and became what he really wanted. I certainly didn’t see this as a dissing of PE teacher profession. as someone above pointed out, was not Jackman’s intended career. It was just a job he did while studying to be a performer. Probably Aniston’s two weeks as a telemarketer was similar. They already had a goal of acting, those were jobs they did to get by. I get what the guy’s message is, but by continuing to equate success with a job perpetuates the myth that your job is your identity. You can be a garbage collector and be a success at being a parent, or a mentor or a community leader. Success should not be equated with the status society gives your occupation, which is what this video seems to suggest.