What's your "day" job?

Mykill

Member
Thread title says it all. What are the skills that pay your bills?
 
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MECHT4NK

Pioneer Member
Re: Your "day" job

I'm a student and want to work in gamedevelopment one day. besides that I work as a freelance programmer just to have some money.
 

Wegadrummer

Pioneer Member
Re: Your "day" job

I am student now, i am becomming a teacher... i also work with dicabled children 1 day aweek.
spare time: Drumming of course, skateboarding and snowboarding..
 

Alk3fan

Pioneer Member
Re: Your "day" job

I'm a junior in highschool. After that, i drive over to work where i clean buildings, small school, church, dr.'s offices, and some office buildings. So you could call me a janitor. :D
 

sloppyjoe

Member
Re: Your "day" job

local party store. But its next to a rec park and beach where pretty ladies like to go.
 

Jesper Varn

Member
Re: Your "day" job

I'm the head chef at a small place. I've been there since January, due to my daughter's birth last year. Before the place I work at now, I was the sous-chef of one of the biggest, busiest places in Stockholm (and therefor Sweden), but it became too tiresome with a baby at home.

I hope to get back into the "real restaurant action scene" sometime next year, to keep my career going in the right direction.
 

glynes

Pioneer Member
Re: Your "day" job

I'm in my 37th year as an "Administrative Professional" ... what used to be called a secretary. For the last 5-1/2 years I've worked for a civil engineering/land surveying company where they call me a 'Project Administrator', and pay me rather well for typing, filing, answering phones, keeping them organized and out of trouble ... the actual work is somewhere between babysitting a bunch of 2-year-olds, and herding cats.
I currently have a 27-mile comute, which takes me from 90 mintues to 2-1/2 hours in the morning and over an hour at night ... needless to say, I'm actively looking for a job closer to home.
I've had some great jobs (and some not so great!) in my career ... 3 years for the US Navy as US Project Secretary on the Joint US/UK Sonar Program, which got me a trip to sea on a British Navy ship; and Office Administrator for the company that wrote the training programs for the Navy F-14 Pilots at TopGun, which got me ... uh ... well ... never mind that! (**tee hee**).
My job is merely a sideline to allow me to keep a roof over my head, and food in the pantry. If I could find a way to make a living with the whole 'work' aspect of the thing, I'd be on it in a heartbeat. Work takes up far too much time I'd rather be devoting to things I love and enjoy (such as, oh, say, drumming!).
 

DogBreath

Administrator Emeritus
Re: Your "day" job

Usually I go into the homes of wealthy women, and I charge them $50 an hour.



Did I mention that I train their dogs?
 

somedrummer

Gold Member
Re: Your "day" job

DogBreath said:
Usually I go into the homes of wealthy women, and I charge them $50 an hour.



Did I mention that I train their dogs?
HAHAHAHAHAHA Good one DB

I'm a senior in High School. Just couldn't help but to one-up Alk3...
 

largo61

Senior Member
Re: Your "day" job

I am a sophmore in high school. I am going to be taking law inforcement next year, And over the summer I work at the golf course. It is the best paying job a sophmore can get in all of the county.
 

onemat

Senior Member
I'm an Operations Manager for a large service company. I want to retire early and just play drums. Me wife has other ideas of course.
 

NickB

Junior Member
I work in a law firm. I always have my sticks and pad availalable. The real nice part is, there is always a vacant office to practice in during lunch time.
 
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