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what kind of jobs do anime fans weebs otaku etc. have? if you do not have a job, that is cool too.
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happly retired with some side jobs here and there
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Currently a Barista working with Barnes and Noble/Starbucks. I do plan on going into Cosmetology however and doing bridal makeup. ^-^
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Incredibly dull office job
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i work in a clothes shop...i get a lot of customers shouting at me, it's not fun.
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i no longer have a job...oh no...i've become a stereotype
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TartanButterfly wrote:

i work in a clothes shop...i get a lot of customers shouting at me, it's not fun.



When I worked in retail I had a death threat from a customer for not producing his quote fast enough - so many of my customers were absolute dicks that it just washed over me like "whatever - next"...
Posted 2/7/17

BurningBlueEye wrote:


TartanButterfly wrote:

i work in a clothes shop...i get a lot of customers shouting at me, it's not fun.



When I worked in retail I had a death threat from a customer for not producing his quote fast enough - so many of my customers were absolute dicks that it just washed over me like "whatever - next"...


I've never had a death threat thankfully, that is some scary shit right there! The worst i've ever had was a guy threatening to knock me out because i wouldn't give him a refund, i responded by accidentally laughing which just made him angrier haha. What i'd like to know is why people think it's ok to walk into a shop and behave like that, it's just embarrassing for them imo.
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I work as a fulltime chef but I'm going to school to work in Foreign Correspondency for publications.
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I work as a supervisor in a tea company in Colorado
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In addition to my position as a Primary Army Reservist I also manage a branch of a series of dairy farms owned by Rachael and Micheal Point . I have a 11 person crew and we look after about 250 head of dairy cattle on this particular dairy.

...I am also lactose intolerant to a severe degree.
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rbrt4lyf wrote:

what kind of jobs do anime fans weebs otaku etc. have? if you do not have a job, that is cool too.


I think there's already a jobs thread out there, but I'm at work after my break, so I don't have time to look right now. Currently I work for a major game company developing a new concept, though in general I do programming for games, VR, or other visualization needs for the most part.

Though I'll admit, some years I just take off from work to have fun and relax.
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I'm a cubicle drone for a tech company.

Sometimes I get my name and my employee ID code confused.
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I'm currently finishing up high school but after that I plan on joining the US army due to college benefits. (which I otherwise wouldn't be able to pay for so yeah.) The job/MOS I hope to get in the army would be 92M (Casualty and Mortuary Affairs) which deals in recovering deceased soldiers. As for the reason I want to go to college is I aspire to eventually become a neurosurgeon because I have a great interest in the field overall and I think it would keep you on your toes to be saving lives. Of course it does require a lot of schooling but I believe it would be worth it.
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You guys ever see that big camera attached to a crane when watching a sporting event or concert? I operate that thing.

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