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Old 03-09-2005, 09:12 AM   #1
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What's everyone do for a job?

I'm still in college, but I work part-time at a blockbuster. I'm studying to go into the biotech industry.

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Old 03-09-2005, 09:46 AM   #2
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Still a student, graduating in May from the University of Iowa as a management major. Going through the motions of interviewing and sending out resumes right now, so hopefully I can land a job before graduation.
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Old 03-09-2005, 04:16 PM   #3
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I work as a full time lab tech in a microchip plant,go to school part time,and work as a bartender for my g/f's grandfather catering company....Oh yeah also a personal trainer but don't that as much anymore unless I am dealing with someone who is trtying to get to the nect level instead of a house wife who is only going to last a month.
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Since I got honorably discharged from the Marines, I've been working out here in LA, Bel Air, Beverly Hills, ect. The term my firm uses is "public figure protection and threat assessment." Basically it's a bodyguard. I love it, but 12 hr. per day sucks.

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Painter/carpenter and everything else that entails prettying up a house or fixing a broken one. Part time college until '06 then full time majoring in mechanicl engineering.
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As little as possible...

I work as Research Support at a University. I have 3 "labs" I run including a machine shop
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I own/run a landscaping business, but I plan on opening a hardcore gym in the near future. This has been my dream, for a very long time. There will be a minimal amount of machines and lots of free weights. This will not and I repeat not be like a commercial gym!
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Sweet! Can I bring my pilates mat and pink 2lb dumbbells?
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Dave,
What microchip plant is that? Is it more along the lines of microprocessors like ARM, SH, PowerPC, etc... or just more simple chips?


Tommy,
I don't see how you deal with that university surroundings so much? I would be in trouble from dealing with all the young hotties everywhere.

For some reason I can't seem to remember if we have talked about all of this before.

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Still a student, graduating in May from the University of Iowa as a management major. Going through the motions of interviewing and sending out resumes right now, so hopefully I can land a job before graduation.
Hey Sleazy,
What made you want to start up a BB forum, and also where did you get the Vbulletin software (from Vbulletin.com)? If you don't mind me asking, how much did you pay for it?
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