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09/02/2003 12:39:45 PM · #126
They're big, and one of the oldest drug companies in the US. I think they are still one of the licit manufacturers of cocaine. I'm curious as to the current pricing if you happen to come across that info ....

My grandfather used to raise chickens, and my dad still has examples of avian medications they made. They also publish some standard medical books (look for The Merck Manual.
09/02/2003 01:25:00 PM · #127
Advocate of the use of the useless, consultant to a new republic, poet, interpreter of dead languages, tourist.

Message edited by author 2003-09-02 13:30:42.
09/02/2003 01:25:29 PM · #128
Firefighter on a Naval base Keflavik (Iceland).
also a web designer, programmer and painter (house painter on the side)
hoping to add photography to that list.
Also volunteer work for the Icelandic Red Cross
09/02/2003 01:28:07 PM · #129
GIS Project Planner
-Delaware Department of Transportation
09/02/2003 01:34:53 PM · #130
Former radio DJ (during which time I met B.S. -> Bruce Springsteen)... now web designer, during which I put up with B.S. :)
09/02/2003 01:36:07 PM · #131
Health Insurance Claims Adjustor
09/02/2003 03:36:28 PM · #132
Data network designer
09/02/2003 03:42:12 PM · #133
Mechanical Engineer, specializing in shock and vibration testing. Basically, I get paid to break stuff...
09/02/2003 03:44:51 PM · #134
Artist, (glass, metal, stone) freelance low tech web design, (designed for the computer impaired), part-time in home catering. (have knives will travel!)
09/02/2003 04:23:50 PM · #135
Mommy.....Apartment Manager...housekeeper/cook :)
09/02/2003 04:30:55 PM · #136
Leader of the free world.
09/02/2003 05:51:28 PM · #137
I work in the IT department of the largest hospital in Iceland.
My job includes:
User support (computers, printers, IP telephones etc.)
Work on Cisco switches and routers
I help with Novell system administration
I help with Microsoft system administration
I´m in a design group for a new Microsoft system

Hmm, that´s about it.
09/02/2003 06:49:13 PM · #138
unemployed. I'm really glad I have that degree though (halway sarcastic).

Anyone know where they're hiring elementary school teachers? I hear about this huge need for teachers, but I can't seem to find a job anywhere near an area I'd want to work.


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09/02/2003 06:50:50 PM · #139
What areas would you want to work in jdw?
09/02/2003 06:54:28 PM · #140
Originally posted by tfaust:

What areas would you want to work in jdw?


Right now I live in western Montana, but because they've closed a school or two in Missoula every job around here gets around 50 applicants. I also lived and substitute taught in the suburbs of Chicago. I thought about trying to get a job in the city, but to work in the schools there you have to live within the city limits. So, to be honest, I'm really not sure where I'd like to work. I was just venting ;) lol
09/02/2003 06:56:16 PM · #141
Originally posted by jdw91479:

Originally posted by tfaust:

What areas would you want to work in jdw?


Right now I live in western Montana, but because they've closed a school or two in Missoula every job around here gets around 50 applicants. I also lived and substitute taught in the suburbs of Chicago. I thought about trying to get a job in the city, but to work in the schools there you have to live within the city limits. So, to be honest, I'm really not sure where I'd like to work. I was just venting ;) lol


Sounds like you should be in Sunny California. Jobs galore (they say - I'm not a teacher, so I have no first-hand experience).
09/02/2003 07:20:55 PM · #142
Good place to vent - lots of people listen... :-)

Well, if Arizona is interesting you, I'll check with a few teachers I know...

Message edited by author 2003-09-02 19:21:07.
09/02/2003 07:38:26 PM · #143
student/bum.... what a life..

college is like an expensive babysitter :|
09/02/2003 08:21:02 PM · #144
Most of my adult life was spent as a full time mom, then I had my own business making replica antique teddy bears. When I needed to join the full time job, get benefits world, I became an office manager for an Indianapolis based hospital home care company. I transferred from there to the Human Resources department, and have recently transferred to an Administrative Assistant position to administration for one of their for profit businesses. Less money but less stress. Anyone else appreciate the less stress job?
09/02/2003 08:54:51 PM · #145
Believe it or not,I am an eBay Powerseller. That is our soul source of income and it's been great!
09/02/2003 09:04:09 PM · #146
I'm a Graphic Artist for a local newspaper (www.wataugademocrat.com), Freelance Designer and Photographer, and NC National Guardsman.
09/02/2003 09:11:33 PM · #147
Administrative Assistant for United Space Alliance (NASA Contractor). Not enough spare time for my passion, photography.
09/02/2003 09:19:54 PM · #148
I'm a corporate training developer -- multimedia specialist -- Instructional Design by title -- consultant -- for a decade now. Other than that, I am a happy housewife who loves taking care of my wonderful hubby (I really do -- he's that cool of a guy mostly because he doesn't expect it which makes it all the more fun)!

DougPaz -- I'd love to hear all about what you do and how you got involved! I'm so envious...

Renee

Message edited by author 2003-09-02 21:20:38.
09/02/2003 09:27:29 PM · #149
Aircraft avionics/electrical engineer but would rather be a PHOTOGRAPHER. And also a father of 4 daughters and a husband.
09/02/2003 10:25:32 PM · #150
Regional Advertising Manager /Creative Director for a Daily Newspaper
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