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09/10/2008 02:31:46 PM · #801
IT Manager
09/10/2008 02:38:41 PM · #802
I keep the books for my husband's computer repair company. I started back to college studying graphic design, but might switch to clinical counseling.
09/10/2008 02:45:21 PM · #803
Prepress guru by day,
Freelance designer when I can.
09/10/2008 02:57:42 PM · #804
I am a soul-less, propagandist for "Big Oil" - er, I mean a communications manager for a global energy provider. My family calls me "a shrill for The Man".

Message edited by author 2008-09-10 14:58:33.
09/10/2008 03:06:45 PM · #805
I mostly drink coffee and listen to others get abused behind their backs.
09/10/2008 03:11:02 PM · #806
I just got a brand new job! Finally after 7 years in hell! I just gave my 2 weeks notice on Monday and I can't wait to start my new job!

My new position is a "Solutions Engineer" with a major Internet player!

Woo Fricken Hoo!
:-D
09/10/2008 03:15:59 PM · #807
Originally posted by thegrandwazoo:

I just got a brand new job! Finally after 7 years in hell! I just gave my 2 weeks notice on Monday and I can't wait to start my new job!

My new position is a "Solutions Engineer" with a major Internet player!

Woo Fricken Hoo!
:-D


Congrats! Isn't giving a 2 week notice the BEST feeling in the world! I've been at my 'new' job for almost a year now and I'm STILL on cloud 9. Hope you end up with the same feeling in a year ...
09/10/2008 03:16:06 PM · #808
Im work in Derivative Collateral Management as a Transaction Process Specialist and I'm also a full time student.
09/10/2008 03:16:21 PM · #809
Student, and will be for the foreseeable future :)

09/10/2008 03:21:38 PM · #810
RF Test Engineer/ Engineering Lab Manager and full time student.
09/10/2008 03:25:23 PM · #811
I work at a day spa with a tyrannic boss 3 days/week and I'm also a full-time photography student at a community college...joy.
09/10/2008 03:27:32 PM · #812
Originally posted by pamelasue:

Originally posted by thegrandwazoo:

I just got a brand new job! Finally after 7 years in hell! I just gave my 2 weeks notice on Monday and I can't wait to start my new job!

My new position is a "Solutions Engineer" with a major Internet player!

Woo Fricken Hoo!
:-D


Congrats! Isn't giving a 2 week notice the BEST feeling in the world! I've been at my 'new' job for almost a year now and I'm STILL on cloud 9. Hope you end up with the same feeling in a year ...


Thanks!
09/10/2008 03:34:56 PM · #813
Originally posted by ajdelaware:

Im work in Derivative Collateral Management as a Transaction Process Specialist and I'm also a full time student.

Huh? I can't even spell Derivative Collateral Management
English please.
lol
09/10/2008 03:47:43 PM · #814
<-------Enjoying retirement!
09/10/2008 03:49:02 PM · #815
I'm bored with my life.

I feel like opening a real store.

:-(
09/10/2008 03:56:39 PM · #816
VectorWorks Sales and occasional 3D modeler
09/10/2008 04:06:32 PM · #817
I'm doing my MA degree in Spatial Planning at the University of Aberdeen in the UK (Scotland).

I want to become a chartered Town/Urban Planner or a surveyor.
09/10/2008 04:48:40 PM · #818
I'm a public school orchestra teacher. After a long day at work, nothing sounds better than nothing (although my students do make some very nice music at times).
09/10/2008 05:26:36 PM · #819
Did I already reply to this thread? I sort of teach.

Not a lot of people speak Norwegian, outside of Norway. The government decided that those who immigrate should learn the language. You get 300 free hours of teaching, or, if you're from outside of the industrial in-crowd territories, 300 compulsory hours of teaching.

I organise what's called a Norwegian workshop (norskverksted) in the afternoons, when people's brains have turned to putty so there's not a lot of use in staying in classroom format.

Kazhakstan, Burma, Ethiopia, Chile, Cuba, Argentina, Nepal, Vietnam, Mexico, Eritrea, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan etc etc - mostly these people are from war zones. Rightly or wrongly, they seldom if ever have kind words to say about the USA, especially the present regime. Forgive me if I make cynical comments on pictures of the US flag with things like 'honour' and 'freedom' as the title.

Not that you have to stop doing it or anything. :)

That's my job...
09/10/2008 08:27:26 PM · #820
Aerospace Engineer
09/10/2008 08:29:59 PM · #821
I'm doing nothing for this year being a bum.
09/12/2008 03:18:10 PM · #822
Well, I work for National Oilwell Varco and was wondering if anyone else does?
09/12/2008 03:31:01 PM · #823
Originally posted by Brad:

Originally posted by ajdelaware:

Im work in Derivative Collateral Management as a Transaction Process Specialist and I'm also a full time student.

Huh? I can't even spell Derivative Collateral Management
English please.
lol


Garbage collector :)
09/12/2008 03:36:21 PM · #824
graphic designer.
09/12/2008 03:37:29 PM · #825
SAP WM/MM/SD Consultant
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