My first job was working at Thrifty's Drug Store (now Rite Aid). I was the Ice Cream Boy. That job kicked major butt. TONS of ice cream. Yeah, I had to work stock in a retail store, and that wasn't too much fun. But there was ice cream, so it was all OK.
Having the insanely high metabolism that I did (do), I never gained weight from the pint-a-day consumption schedule I enacted upon my employment with Thrifty. It's a shame I don't have access to so much ice cream at my current job. ...though putting a soft-serve machine, ice box, or freezer in the helicopter would definitely cut down on the cabin space.
As for your job: get something you like. It may sound cliche, but no matter how "cool" a job may look, if it's not doing something that you enjoy doing up to 40 hours a week, you should really keep looking.
But, finding a job you like that ALSO has sweet employee discounts isn't too shabby a goal.
Man, I love ice cream,
2002 Tacoma Double Cab 4WD TRD. Grey wire mod, Donahoe Extended-travel Coilovers, Camburg UCAs, OME Dakar Leaf Springs, Donahoe Rear-reservoir Shocks, Goodrich front & rear brake lines, Tundra front brakes, ARB bull bar, IPF 968cs driving lights, Delta bed box, Warn M8000 winch, Demello rock crusher sliders, Safari snorkel, TRD supercharger, Viair constant duty compressor & tank kit, Demello hybrid rear bumper, CS-144 alternator, CB radio, lots of other goodies.
My other ride hovers.