Research and development freakin awesome job as you can tell iam a car nut what and awesome job
Residential architecture. More fun than work
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My partner also plays, he is now retired but he used to be an automotive engineer and worked in R & D. He's a great handy man and fixes EVERYTHING around the house and invents stuff all the time. Once an engineer, always an engineer....
Unpaid- volunteer firefighter
But can tell you I 50-60 hours a week, have wife, two girls, 6 cats, 1 dog, garden that's about to be planted in a couple weeks and still answer a few calls now and then . Helps we live out in the country so small community. We might get 5 to 10 calls a week depending on season and rarely half the guys show for one. Some work first and some second shifts at regular jobs so all times of day are covered. I know the risks and sometimes spending free time at station or the four weeks of nighttime rookie school were rough but its worth it for what my girls think if nothing else
Trying to get a job at Twycross zoo would be my dream job
I was freelance R&D. The first electronic map senses (air flow senses) - that was me. Back in those days, I started with medical senses because the automotive ones not around that time. Me and my R&D electronics engineer partner also developed the concept behind the automotive sensors which allows the cars to drive by themselves. That was all a lifetime ago, I'm guessing before you we're born.
youre like one of these