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08/11/2003 03:26:32 PM · #101
United States Air Force, KC-10 Flight Engineer
//homepage.mac.com/lorusso/PhotoAlbum7.html

Extra income.
Ice hockey goaltending coach, web desingner, video production

Waste of income
Photography equipment ( I will figure out this 10D eventually).... :)
08/11/2003 03:27:20 PM · #102
Roofing Foreman
08/11/2003 04:03:53 PM · #103
Official occupation: IT Consultant =)
08/11/2003 04:11:42 PM · #104
print production artist and copyeditor :)
08/11/2003 04:20:30 PM · #105
If you want the short answer just read the bolded bit... ;o)

I'm an IT Trainer, in the main part, but also develop courses, write documentation and occasionally dabble in website design (with my handy partner doing the hard work/ coding).

He (Pete/ Ganders) is a programmer/ developer and we both set up a Ltd company in 1997 for him to contract through. In March last year I took the rather scary decision to also become a freelancer so am now also working for our own company.
It's a bit strange because, unlike the pattern for programmers, trainers are seldom hired on full time short term contracts - most clients want to book odd days here and there with occasional long term bespoke projects. Luckily my last permanent job gave me a lot of experience on those so I'm mostly managing to get work but it's either deathly quiet for several weeks on end (as my fellow DPC Fanatics chatroom buddies can attest to) or it's manic and everyone wants me to do a job for them at once!
I'm only now finally coming to grips with that.
What I do love is the flexibility in terms of time off and being able to say no if I want to. What is harder is balancing finances when there is not a huge regular monthly income for either of us (we take reasonable salaries and then anything else we earn we can't get at till the end of the company year). It's also weird having to bill people and chase up payment. And suddenly one has to not only be skilled in one's own job but also in sales and marketing!
I am sure a lot of you who have travelled the self employed path know what I mean.
Truly I'm happy with what I do, which is a really positive thing in today's workplace.

Warmest regards to all of you, whatever you do, wherever you do it.

Message edited by author 2003-08-11 17:41:19.
08/11/2003 04:58:23 PM · #106
Web/Flash Designer. I do lot's of sites, games, and advertising for kids and entertainment companies such as Disney, Nintendo, WB, Nickelodeon. Check out my company's site if you feel like it: //www.smashingideas.com

Message edited by author 2003-08-11 16:58:50.
08/11/2003 05:32:51 PM · #107
Sales Director for an IT Company.
08/11/2003 05:39:27 PM · #108
Architect.
08/11/2003 05:48:18 PM · #109
full time unemployed.

My previous three (of one million) business cards stated:

- Information Architect
- Senior Consultant
- Software Specialist

but basically I am a software developer with a very old past as a hacker (but do not tell it to anybody, please, they think is a bad thing).

Everybody can hire me.
Even a full time mom.
08/11/2003 07:01:58 PM · #110
Having spent some years as a Lighting Designer (theatre and some other stuff), I'm now a Sound Engineer: bit of music, bit of theatre, bit of corporate. Pondering whether trying to make money out of photography would kill my interest in it ...

Ed
08/11/2003 07:07:25 PM · #111
I am the manager of a General Motors dealership parts operation. a staff of 50 serving New Mexico.
08/11/2003 07:18:02 PM · #112
I am an EMT-I in a town of about 50,000 people. unfortunatly, I am not allowed to take my camera to work with me

09/02/2003 11:31:44 AM · #113
Full-Time Stay at home Mom! Love it!

Multimedia: Internet Developer (by Night), I create and design websites from my home also do a few PC repair and fix other peoples problems with computers. All of course when my little boy is sleeping....:)

I love Photography and have had a Digital Camera for 5 years.
Very much into, Photoshop, designing graphics, taking photos, Scrapbooking, and basicly anything to do with Computers.

I used to work in a photo studio in Calgary and I learned alot there.
09/02/2003 11:35:26 AM · #114
i work in the field of dust and wastepaper engineering.
09/02/2003 11:38:56 AM · #115
I am Public Accountant, and Univercity teacher of Tax. And i need some english class.
09/02/2003 11:41:04 AM · #116
web designer
09/02/2003 11:41:38 AM · #117
Originally posted by medic391:

I am an EMT-I in a town of about 50,000 people. unfortunatly, I am not allowed to take my camera to work with me


Thankfully you're not allowed to take your camera LOL.

09/02/2003 11:44:36 AM · #118
Full time with income: Web Designer
Part time without income: K-9 Handler for Search and Rescue
09/02/2003 11:46:46 AM · #119
Trained as a Counsellor working with families, and then switched over to running a group home.
09/02/2003 11:48:56 AM · #120
Health Insurance Actuary.
09/02/2003 11:50:30 AM · #121
Banker, work in treasury doing moneymarket loans, fx swaps and other stuff
09/02/2003 11:51:30 AM · #122
Computer Technician ..
09/02/2003 11:59:45 AM · #123
last ten years running an outpatient drug and alcohol (and some psych) treatment program, now mostly retired
09/02/2003 12:24:51 PM · #124
Physicist (looking for a permanent position ;-)
09/02/2003 12:32:46 PM · #125
I've just managed to get a 6 month contract working for a pharmaceutical company as a chemical analyst.

Oops - I took out that I worked for Merck and wondered how big they are (as they are US based), this is just so GeneralE's comment doesn't seem out of place... thanks for the into btw :o)

Message edited by author 2003-09-02 14:59:53.
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