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Just wondering what everyone does for a living/went to college for.

I am a certified veterinary technician at a small animal clinic.
 

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I'm a Learning & Development training specialist for a biotech company.
 

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I'm currently Operations Manager for an office supply store........
(Hey! This works with any picture) Coooool :D Before that I worked at B&N for 5 years and before that I managed restaurants for 12 years. Prior to that I was in college studying English and Computer Science.
 

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I went to college to be a high school teacher... English and math... instead, I worked 6 years for H&R Block and then hired on at a church to be membership database manager. In the nearly 18 years at this church I also worked in the media department and in the sports/recreation ministry. My last position was the Administrator of the School of Performing Arts (it was a very large church). I retired June 2007.
 

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My last position was Purchasing Agent for an electrical manufacturing firm. I was able to embezzle enough money from my multi-million dollar buy to leave the business. :eek:
 
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I work full time as an informant for the FBI.  Looks like I'll be getting a raise soon. :D
 
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Registered Nurse working in Neonatal Intensive Care. I have also worked in Labor and Delivery.
 
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Jeff said:
Now we understand your fixation on Michael Faraday, Teninx. You found a way to turn capacitors into cash.
You should see his bizarre shrine to Nikola Tesla! :eek:
 

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Retired early.  Last app. twenty of my working years was as a legal secretary.  The husband of the attorney I worked for 1989 - 1990 made the national news in the past few years.  In 2003 W. appointed him Commissioner of the IRS.  He resigned in May of last year to become president and CEO of the American Red Cross with $500,000 annual salary.  And in November 2007 he had to resign from that job.  He "did the deed" with a married ARC subordinate (head of a Gulf Coast ARC chapter).  :eek:  She got pregnant.  It all made the national news.  I don't have any contact with them.  Google google google -- Mark Everson and Nanette Everson. 
 

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I'm a program manager for a technology services company. My college training was in computing science, and my first few years in the business was as a programmer. I miss that, but I have to say I do enjoy the challenges of project management. A lot to learn, and I'm definitely still learning.
 
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Jeff said:
Bite your tongue. Tesla invented the magnetic field: enemy to all tinfoil hats and Faraday cages.
Had Tesla ever perfected his dream of broadcast electricity, the tinfoil hats would have made great reflectors, keeping humans from getting their brains fried by the EM waves zipping through our atmosphere. It was the Tesla cult that developed them in the first place. It was only after Tesla died that his followers discovered that the same device that was designed to protect their noggins while Tesla provided the world with cheap, clean broadcast power also reflected and scrambled other forms of EM radiation--specifically those used by listening and brain-control devices of the CIA, the KGB, the NSA, the NFL, the PSAT/NMSQT, the WWAS (WorldWide Acronym Society, the ET's and the PTA.
 
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Retired federal prosecutor, worked in Iraq and Kosovo rebuilding their criminal justice systems and I gotta say, the people on this board exceed the wackiness of any of the eastern European/Land of Sand potentates I ever came across.  If they think they will kill all of us spawn of the Great Satan they got another think coming!

Jeff - did Tesla really invent the magnetic field?  I thought that it was shown to be a conspiracy-inspired product coming out of the fall of the Hapsburg Empire.  You learn something every day! 

 

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I never went to college :'( I know, sad but I work at a great place! I am an Asst. manager at the BEST call center/answering service around. Appletree Answering Service. You know, at 10pm when you or your child is sick and you call the Dr's office only to get "the answering service", that's what I do. I have worked there for 7 years and I love it! We are all over the US. **Shameless Plug Coming up** We have offices in OH, DE, VA, CA, ME, LA, FL, MO, and P.R If any of you want something P/T or even F/T and live in these states I suggest you look us up! You wont be disappointed. It is a great job and we've got some great programs going on like "Dream On" where all of our employees submit their dreams, no matter how big or small and the "dream team" is granting them! How cools is that? Okay, I'm sure that is enough but I love my job and the company so I get excited about it when I get to tell people! Sorry if I bored you with all of this!
 
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