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What does everybody do for a living?

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  • wattsca
    51 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    An accountant for a mining company.
  • woodychips134
    68 posts
    edited January 2013
    This is what I do, and love it!




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  • dougsbeard
    286 posts
    edited January 2013
    This is what I do, and love it!




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    draw arrows that point to the left? or wait...from where im currently sitting your arrows point to the east. which could be an analogy for your life 'heading east' which is a great band! YOURE IN THE BAND HEAD EAST!!!

  • Craig8181
    11 posts
    edited January 2013
    I'm a ships officer offshore on the East coast in the oil and gas industry.
  • tiltypoo
    20 posts
    edited January 2013
    I'm a puppeteer
  • mike_bornste
    941 posts
    edited January 2013
    tiltypoo wrote:
    I'm a puppeteer

    Seriously?!?!? That's awesome.

    I was just watching the Muppets last night and loving the puppets.
  • arnoutVI
    604 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    Airline pilot.

    Not as glamorous as people think, but it beats working for a living.

    At what Airline ? Do you fly on Airbus , Boeing or embraer ?
  • Simpsons00001
    729 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    I'm a School Psychologist for Pre K-8th graders.

    I'm pretty sure I wanted to be in a sweet rock band when I was 17, and I'm pretty sure that dream will never die.
  • lak000987
    216 posts
    edited January 2013
    Copy editor at an ad agency. Not exactly the most glamorous career and definitely not what I imagined as a kid, but I am lucky enough to work with some lovely people with truly twisted senses of humor who make going to the office every day fun.
  • steveorion
    23 posts
    edited January 2013
    Paramedic in Melbourne, Australia. :)
  • tiltypoo
    20 posts
    edited January 2013
    tiltypoo wrote:
    I'm a puppeteer

    Seriously?!?!? That's awesome.

    I was just watching the Muppets last night and loving the puppets.

    I love them too! It's fun
  • inside0ut557
    4 posts
    edited January 2013
    arnoutVI wrote:
    Airline pilot.

    Not as glamorous as people think, but it beats working for a living.

    At what Airline ? Do you fly on Airbus , Boeing or embraer ?

    E190 driver... You familiar?
  • theboymac180
    90 posts
    edited January 2013
    Travelling pie salesman in the UK

    Hmmmm pies ?!
  • sonny1618
    1543 posts New member
    edited January 2013
    As usual, I'm delighted by the huge variety of people on this forum. Fascinating.

    I mainly write music for commercials but I'm an all-'round audio wizard. Sound design, sound engineering, mixing, mastering, producing, post-production, arranging, teaching, training, product demoing, anything to do with sound and music and the associated technology is my thing. The ads bring in most of my money though.
  • estherhauber
    59 posts
    edited January 2013
    peruhomer wrote:
    I believe to lecture in Higher Education, it is beneficial but not essential to have a PHD. If this is what you really want to do then you should give consideration to studying for one. However, that's more years as a student which means more years in poverty, more years of debt and even more deadlines. Sadly, entry level jobs in Higher Education are also often very poorly paid. I know all of this because I have a friend who has done this exact thing.

    Wow, that sucks. I wouldn't mind studying for my PHD but it would probably be part time but seeing as you said they can be poorly paid, perhaps not...

    I should have just followed my mothers footsteps and become a solicitor.

    This thread has ruined my life plan. Damn.

    I was thinking I'd wanted to teach in higher education, but decided after my master's degree that I would teach secondary school because jobs were scarce and I didn't want to spend a lot more money and time in a PhD. I ended up teaching in middle school, and it was the best thing. I am never bored and my students are hysterically funny. I absolutely love my job even though I didn't think I would when I started out.
  • Herm412
    63 posts
    edited January 2013
    Staff Scientist at a environmental consulting firm in Pittsburgh
  • adruralo
    3284 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    Professional photographer.
    iPad Pro 9.7, iPhone XR (Red product)
  • petergeenen
    948 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    Currently unemployed. Before that a 31 year career as a paintshop specialist. 20 years carpainter and 11 years quality controller. Loved my job, but GM decided two years ago to close the plant in Belgium. DOH!!!
  • Jopa79
    357 posts Member
    edited March 2013
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  • MegumsASU
    63 posts
    edited January 2013
    I graduated HS in 2000. Got a degree in sociology. Now I manage 3.5 million + in high end cosmetic and fragrance business in North Carolina for a national retailer. I'm also a makeup artist and skin expert.
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