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Re: What do you guys do for a living?

How did you get your current job?
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Isn't there a topic about it? My current job? I got it when I delivered some papers with my Masters Project. Just it. XD
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Temp agency
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Well I used to work at Jean's West in my late teens and by chance sold a pair of jordash to my future employer, Buck Strickland, of Strickland Propane, we hit it off and I'll tell you hwat it's all history from there
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I dont have a job
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I went to a place and did a thing and things happened and now I do what I do again after a break where I did a different thing that was much better in every way except that my drifting sleep patterns prevented me from fully realizing success in that field.
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i showed my claws
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By going to interviews.
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I write articles. A friend recommended me
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Im a nurse i applied and interviewed lol
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I don't have a job rn but lol the first place i worked at they would hire anyone that had a pulse. My second job, i had no experience cooking, drink making, cash handling, or retail (which were all parts of just this one job) and i told them that, but they hired me no question because i was available 30 hours per week
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At my first job my co worker was telling me about this temp aganecy. I took it since I needed a better paying job if only slightly.
Found me a job at celestial seasonings as a temp worker. Got hired on like 6 months later then after that was made a supervisor out of my own free will 2 months later
And now I'm here or there, you know what I mean.
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I think I went on Snagajob and saw that Amazon was hiring. Had previously applied and was turned down, so I was like, "Why not, let's try again"
and they were like, hey, do these things for the hiring proccess.
and I thought, k cool.
and now I have a job.*
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I work as a sales associate. I got from applying. But it helps that I knew someone on the inside
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I work as a senior programmer/analyst for a financial institution. I got the job because the financial institution I worked for as the IT rep (title was Network Administrator, though networking was the hat I was least comfortable with) was being merged into this new company, and they were impressed with me during the merger. Though, they were far more impressed with me shortly after the merger, because of other projects. In the prior financial institution, I had the IT job because I moved over from collections. I was able to get the collections job because I could claim "experience" from a week long job where I was collecting money from local businesses to keep their signage in local lodge. I got that job because some random guy ran up to me in the parking lot of grocery store (where I was applying) and asked I was looking for work.

It was kind of a strange chain of events that led me to the work I am in today. I dropped out of high school and got a GED, then dropped college after three classes. But, had I kept going to college, I likely would have wound up in debt and would not likely have as good a job as I've gotten, for as high of pay, in the career I have always wanted to be in. Even if I had, it would have been several years later before I would have gotten the level of position and level of pay.
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