How would you define yourself? By your job perhaps? But is that really who you are?
If you insist on judging based on a vocation, judge it on what would happen if that job were not done. Suddenly the people that clean your streets, fix your cars, wash your windows and collect your rubbish (to name but a few) seem more important that your so called celebrity.
Doctors! They are important, but administrators and marketing managers? I leave it up to you.
Regardless of all this chatter, I am a person before a job, I spend my time juggling, unicycling and creating more projects to embark upon. I enjoy my hobbies, I enjoy the people that they lead me towards.
It's the little things that are important, not money or fame. Be a being with morals and ethics, guide yourself and refuse to be led without thinking. Remove yourself from the commercial bandwagon and take a look around.Just stop for a minute or two, turn off your phone and listen.
I am a great believer in all people being trusted to govern themselves. We should be allowed to do whatever we want, providing that we don't infringe on other individuals rights to do what they want. It's a simple concept with many flaws. People are strange creatures and start to believe that they are more important than others. I hate to shatter that believe, but no-one is more important than anyone else. It is only a perception of wealth and power that makes you believe this.
I'm not saying that I have all of the answers, in fact I'm not saying that I have any of the answers.
All I can ask from my fellow beings is that we all examine our attitude towards the world and the creatures that live upon it. Try to follow some kind of moral code.
But after avoiding the inevitable for as long as possible, I am a Computer Technician. It's not fun, but I'm good at it, it pays well and I am Self-Employed, so I have no boss.