Do you work outside the home? If so, what do you do for a living?
If not, what was your last job?
If you are a student, what are you studying?
I am currently a stay-at-home-wife. My last job was as a Deputy City Attorney III for my local city, specializing in the defense of complex civil lawsuits in state and federal court.
I'm a nerdy system admin. Sometimes fun, usually boring, great money.
Law Student (graduating in December, Bar in February!) and Full-time clerk/it admin/you name it, I do it, for a local law firm.
I work for the premier painting contractor in the area. Really great company, love my co-workers, love my boss. I handle all residential operations.
Right now a stay at home home.
Last job was 5 years ago and I worked for Revlon (factory work)
Within the next year I am going back to school. Going to study medical coding and transcription.
I am a RN, working as a Workers Comp administrator for a large manufacturing company, and I do legal medical reviews on the side.
Student working on master's in geophysics.
I am currently finishing up the last few weeks of an internship with a big evil oil company. I work in their IT(user support) department which is kinda wierd but I get to work on seismic processing.
After I graduate I will probably do about the same thing...just not in IT....work for a big oil company doing seismic processing or interpretation.
I just talked with a new hire yesterday about my thesis project...and she said that with what all I should learn during my thesis work, I will be perfect for industry and should get a starting offer with a 6 figure salary. I have never heard of beginning salaries being that high for geophysists before and am still in shock. I guess I chose the right field at the right time.
So now I only have 2 more years to get through dirt poor...woo!
I'm a business analyst - market research, lots of numbers, lots of data, but i like it a lot :) I basically recommend which type of ketchup or pasta sauce the company should launch or I explain why the recent launch was successful or not :)
Some time ago i was grateful i don't work for chcocolate manufacturer, but now it seems to me it would be quite safe - apparently you gradually become indifferent to your company's products, even if it's tasty food :)
For the last eight months I've been working in the Planning Department of my local municipality.
I return to school to finish my Honours Undergrad in Political Science
my degree is in journalism, go figure...
Full Time Law Student
This summer I worked at the Legal Clinic at the school (children and families) and at a real estate law firm as a Legal Intern, and as a research assistant...
I am a Title Agent/Escrow Officer attempting to survive the storm in the Florida real estate market.
I'm also taking a class here and there and considering finishing a degree in Business?/Finance?/Accounting?, then a Masters in Forensic Accounting, then becoming a CPA. That's a few years down the road.
I have a Business major and I own a Wedding and Event Planning company and love it! Until about two months ago, I had a full blown office just for me... so I decided to close it down and start working from home - best decision ever!
I would love to go back to school for Interior Design.. At one point I wanted to be an architect...