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# 11
02-01-2010, 11:06 AM
I am currently disabled. About to start volunteering at a No Kill cat shelter, though.
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# 12
02-01-2010, 12:41 PM
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...which is?
Going for Communications and Japanese first, then Wildlife Animal Bioscience, as long as the money doesn't run out
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# 13
02-01-2010, 12:42 PM
I work at a furniture store which shall remain nameless. Mostly due to the localization, don't worry. Hehe.
Anyway, it's fun work and often lonely. Today I hit my neck on a table!
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# 14
02-01-2010, 12:46 PM
I am a Lab Tech in a packaging lab with a winery. Definitely love my job!
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# 15
02-01-2010, 12:50 PM
I work Tech Support for an EMR company.

Previous to that I worked for Best Buy as a Geek Squad Agent in-store and then in-home; and before that with the same company as computer sales.
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# 16
02-01-2010, 01:00 PM
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I am a Lab Tech in a packaging lab with a winery. Definitely love my job!
I love your job too!
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# 17
02-01-2010, 01:02 PM
I am a network administrator/computer tech support for a paper manufacturer. I maintain the computers/servers for 2 plants in Arkansas. I have about 200 computers/servers so it keeps me pretty busy, but I do find time to post on these forums when I am not too busy.
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# 18
02-01-2010, 01:07 PM
I am the graphic artist and production manager for a visual communications company. We design signs and help with branding new businesses to make them more easily identifiable to potential clients.

That is a very fancy way of saying I work in a sign shop :p
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# 19
02-01-2010, 01:07 PM
Vet Tech.

Been doing this for the past 9 years and I'm over it. Not so much because of the animals, but because of pet owners. You really get a feel for how stupid and stingy people are when it comes to taking care of their pets, and it wears down on your morale. Initially, I'd gotten into this field via working with rescued wild and exotics (wolfdogs, wolves, tigers, bears) but honestly, the unpaid volunteer work was more rewarding. Speaking of that, the pay SUCKS. Vet techs don't get paid shet, despite the fact we're:

Phlebotomists
Surgery techs
Patient nurses
Charge nurses
Receptionists
X-ray techs
Animal restrainers/wranglers
Control drugs keyholders
Inventory techs
Pharmacists
Janitors
Lab techs

...and...

Equipment repair techs, all in a one day, pretty much every day.


Yeah, people in human medicine get paid waaaaay more, and for only having to do one or two of the above. It's ridiculous. Next step for me is Computer Sciences, Arabic, but preferably Persian if I can find it, and possibly pharmacy tech classes. If I'm going to be busting my a$$ all day long, I want to be makin' BANK for it.


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# 20
02-01-2010, 01:13 PM
I pick up a giant container.
Move it from point A to point B.
Or from point B to point A.

And so on.
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