You're editing a children's book that your brother wrote and hoping that it will be your launch pad to success. The book is called It's Not About You, Kid—Get Real.
You're an assistant editor for a small, independent publisher. You spend most of your day sloshing through the slush pile.
You're an editor at a large newspaper, but you’re still moving up through the ranks. You have yet to handle feature articles; rather, they're mainly putting you on things like the crossword puzzle and word jumble. But it's a start.
You're the editor-in-chief at a major book publisher. Really your only disappointment is that you don't get to wear a "chief hat."
You're the top editor at the world's most widely read fashion magazine. You were always too fat to be an actual model, but this is almost as good.