Frankly, he probably hasn't had to work for the last 15 years at least.
From what we know about the NBA's commissioner, though, he's not the type of person who likes to sit around.
Since becoming NBA commissioner in 1984, Stern has worked tirelessly to take the game to new heights. When he retires, as one of the youngest 70-year-olds around, he will have plenty of options for his next job.
From using his talents as a political-campaign strategist to leading the NBA's European expansion, Stern could have his pick of whatever job he fancies.
This list ranks to which of those jobs Stern's skills, experience and personality would translate most effectively.