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What do you do for a living?
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I'm a full time military historian for the US Air Force...
It's great to have a job that you enjoy, because if you enjoy it then it's not really work which means you're getting paid to have fun!!

Ancient Historian Proverb:
If I didn't write it, IT never happened...
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Plastic. I'm not doing that forever.
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full time student going for BS in Computer Engineering. Just got myself a part time job on campus also. Other than that full time anime watcher/ manga n light novel reader and lazy bum at home
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Produce Associate at the local Sam's Club here. It's like a Costco, but better.

Although, I'm not liking it. I want a job where I know I'd always be having a great time in...
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Design microscopic layouts of circuits for CPUs for use in PCs (which are mostly parts of SoCs nowadays)

I do CAD work all day at work, just like Shiro from Log Horizon
Posted 5/14/14
Dig worms and sell it to fisherman's.

Entrepreneur, you know.
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teighnted wrote:


GreatLordBalzak wrote:


teighnted wrote:

I'm a welder.


That's a nice, skillful job but doesn't it wear on you after a while? Did you ever consider becoming a welding inspector? I have no idea if that's a good paying job in your area but over here its a significant pay increase.


That's true. My job is a physically demanding job but that's part of what attracts me to it. I really enjoy working with my hands. I've never thought about being a weld inspector because I'm not at the skill level to be inspecting other peoples work yet and I really don't think it's work that would appeal to me.


Well then, if you like it and it provides that's all you can really ask for, good. I like physical labor, it's almost like an addiction...
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I just graduated nursing school, so eventually a nurse!
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English teacher
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Novelist, otherwise student.
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Lannae wrote:

Software systems engineer, mainly working on real-time satellite telemetry processing systems.


Thats sounds freakin awesome
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Full time college student going for IT Networking/security. I work from home for my company (data entry) now since January and im a Medical Assistant
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Full Time nurse, going back to school full time...pro anime watcher and FFXIV: ARR player. Woot!
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Full time babysitter, I just lock them in a room and tell them to shut up. In my job the customer is almost always wrong. Its a very good job.
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Looking for work while working on my BS in accounting. This thread should be called "Give thefrodoc an inferiority complex." Q_Q
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