Interviews on jobs - a bank clerk

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Excuse me, Sir. Would you mind answering a few questions concerning your job? We're doing a survey on job satisfaction among young people.

Sure. OK. Go ahead, ask me anything you like.
From the way you're dressed I would guess that you're a young executive in a big firm. Am I correct?
I'm afraid I have to disappoint you. I'm just a clerk in the local branch of The Bank of America.
You say "just". Aren't you satisfied with your job?
Well, I'm not saying that I'm dissatisfied, but you know, I'm 26 now and I can't imagine being a bank clerk for the rest of my life.
What could you imagine being?
Well, what I'd really like to do is work in the tourist business. You know, I like travelling to foreign countries and meeting people from different parts of the world.
What don't you like about your present job?
Well, it's difficult to say exactly. How can I put it? I suppose it's the atmosphere in the bank. Everybody is so quiet und serious. Most of the people that come in are in a hurry, there's no time to chat or anything like that. Everything is so impersonal, businesslike. The only sort of thing that most people seem to be interested in is to find out how much their accounts are overdrawn, or how much interest we charge for commercial loans.
Any positive aspects to working in a bank?
Yeah, there is one. We have air-conditioning.
You are joking, aren't you?
No. Well, yes. Seriously speaking, though, I guess always knowing what's going on in the world of finance is a big advantage if you want to invest some of your money, if you have any to invest, that is.