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post #16 of 211
3D animator that ends up doing a lot of multimedia as well.
post #17 of 211
Sex maniac... Uh, sorry, I got it wrong. I am a journalist here in Mexico City, but I would love to get a stringer job for a foreign compañy as a freelancer.
post #18 of 211

Merchant of Childhood Treasures

I collect, archive, sell and write about vintage toys and dolls.
post #19 of 211
doing golf apprentiship to get my hours in for my cpga desigination

currently? manager of an technical escalations group for a "Major" internet provider.
post #20 of 211
I drive wimps and wannabees into either tears or resignation.
post #21 of 211

Professional hobo

I'm a conductor.

Actually since my employer has cut so many jobs since 1984 I do the jobs of 2 clerks, 2 brakemen, a hostler and a conductor.
Yet, I still don't do anything but sit there watching the world go by for almost 80% of the time I spend at work.
post #22 of 211
Computer programmer.
post #23 of 211
Advertising copywriter in the big city. ("Neosporin. Every cut, every time."):

Best job was working in a record (vinyl & cassette only) store my senior year of college. Oh, those discounts. I also worked for PolyGram for a year shortly after college. I was an Inventory/Production Controller, which meant that I ordered the pressing of lp's and duplication of cassettes and 8-Tracks to keep supplies of same at an appropriate level to sales. That is, have enough on hand when the album is hot, but don't get stuck with 200,000 Peaches and Herb albums when it slides off the charts. Artists we handled included Rush, Moody Blues, Clapton and the Bee Gees (on RSO), Kiss, Donna Summer, Village People (!). Unfortunately, it was in the early 80's, and the days of champagne and coke had already come and gone.
post #24 of 211
Statistician (no jokes, please).

But my company calls me either a "Product Engineer" or a "Quality Engineer".
post #25 of 211
I work in a fairly large (1000 people) callcentre for one the UK's largest Electrical Retailers.

I've done everthing from TeleSales, Customer Services, General Admin and now i'm sort of semi-management.

I currently have a role as sales processor which involves dealing all the messy sales which require us to do non-standard stock movements, out of area/courier deliveries, ordering of non-standard stock items and processing credit applications and refunds.

It's a semi-management role because I also take over the role of Team Coach and Floor Manager when they are not around or when they are short staffed.


Pretty boring job, but hey, somebeody's gotta do it.


Sound As Ever
post #26 of 211
Supermarket worker

Trying to get into overnight work. Double overtime and NO stupid customers to deal with. I'll be making close to a thousand a week. If I get in. Pray for me.
post #27 of 211
software test engineer second level at microsoft. they pay me to break their code.
post #28 of 211
Hey redshifter, company store, sweet! Xbox games for $10!

Just another computer programmer here.
post #29 of 211
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Originally posted by aeberbach
Hey redshifter, company store, sweet! Xbox games for $10!

Just another computer programmer here.
only ms games, though...
post #30 of 211
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Originally posted by dave-the-rave
Advertising copywriter in the big city. ("Neosporin. Every cut, every time."):

Best job was working in a record (vinyl & cassette only) store my senior year of college. Oh, those discounts. I also worked for PolyGram for a year shortly after college. I was an Inventory/Production Controller, which meant that I ordered the pressing of lp's and duplication of cassettes and 8-Tracks to keep supplies of same at an appropriate level to sales. That is, have enough on hand when the album is hot, but don't get stuck with 200,000 Peaches and Herb albums when it slides off the charts. Artists we handled included Rush, Moody Blues, Clapton and the Bee Gees (on RSO), Kiss, Donna Summer, Village People (!). Unfortunately, it was in the early 80's, and the days of champagne and coke had already come and gone.
Scary--they're my client, too (I'm in syndicated marketing research--I try to figure out why people buy what they do).

Scary 2--I once worked for PolyGram.
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