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Retired Biologist,now house husband!
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Computer Numerical Control.




Haha, cool. I'm all over at work (hopping from department to department) so I run everything from lathes to manual milling to EDM.

It just sucks because if I wear anything else than a t-shirt and jeans to work it'll get trashed.

right now (and pretty much everyday) I wear an M&S polo shirt, cheap denims and steel toe shoes at work.
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I inspire people for a living.

Then I have them expire.... then inspire.... then expire..... pretty exciting shit.

I'm a Respiratory Therapist.
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Creative Director for a corporate communications and branding agency.
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Attorney with a personal injury practice
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Attorney with a personal injury practice

You enjoy cutting yourself?
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amateur hetrosexual porn star
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Bespoke boot and shoemaker...35+ years full time, 19th century wages, great benefits "...wha's like us? Damn few and they're all deid."
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I inspire people for a living.

Then I have them expire.... then inspire.... then expire..... pretty exciting shit.

I'm a Respiratory Therapist.

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Law teacher, gigolo, poker player & others things around
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Software developer
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Olympic hopeful.
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I buy clothes at a premium and sell at a loss.
Yes, but you make up for that by doing in in volume.
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in in volume.
IT in volume. Ahem.
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Ha I am just messing with you a bit, I could make out tailor, but I did have to squint.

I'll hopefully get in with one of the bigger menswear stores here in Canada, Harry Rosen or Holt Renfrew, though I may have to start in some god forsaken suburban mall. Even that might be tough to land though. I may have to start somewhere like Banana Republic or, well, hopefully not somewhere like The Gap. I'm just out of school with an English degree and trying to figure out what to do other than work to buy more clothes

Don't bother starting off at shit stores. Go for the one you like. Starting off at one of these would probably work against you if I was interviewing. I started off working part time at a great name and after that doors have always been opened. Just go in there looking good and drop off a resume, be nice to everyone but try to talk to someone in charge and then follow up. Following up is really important. I used to get handed about 5 resumes a day and I was mad busy doing 12 hour days. A lot of Those resumes got folded up and left in suit pockets for up to 2 weeks when I put them on again, lost or just thrown away eventually. Try to avoid cliches on your resume "passion for fashion" makes my eyes roll.
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