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What Do You Do For a Living?

post #1 of 474
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Well, I recently joined here, and one thing I've noticed is you guys spend a lot of money on style.

So, just out of curiousity, what do you do?

I'm a student and I have a side online business.

I would be interested in knowing what you seriously do to be able to buy this stuff...but if you're going to make something up, be creative
post #2 of 474
PhD student/ therapist

Truth be told a large part of my income goes towards clothes/car etc. I'm 26 and still not ready to be responsible yet

MrR
post #3 of 474
As little as possible.
post #4 of 474
run a PR agency
post #5 of 474
I am a full time student and ERT (Easy Resident Tech, basically a computer install/repair guy) at Staples. If this little project goes well, which it is not right now, I will be in a Supervisor/jr management postion in my store for the ERT thing.
post #6 of 474
Student, junior scientist.
post #7 of 474
I would tell you...



But then I'd have to kill you....
post #8 of 474
"We've met you many times, Ms.Naegle. Why do you keep changing jobs?" "I'm a sexual predator."
post #9 of 474
Translator, editor and interpreter in the investor relations department of a major Japanese company.
post #10 of 474
I'm a project manager at an American investment consulting firm in Beijing. I do client management, translation, and writing of reports/organizing research, among other things. We do market entry-strategies, government relations, and investment target analysis for American and European multinationals, investment banks, etc.

Look at my blog for my extra-curriculars.
post #11 of 474
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Originally Posted by MrRogers
PhD student/ therapist

Truth be told a large part of my income goes towards clothes/car etc. I'm 26 and still not ready to be responsible yet

MrR
Yikes, don't have kids. J/k, I remember my mother doing her internship at the county mental health when I was a kid. Some scary stuff there. That being said, I don't know anybody who enjoyed their career as much as she enjoyed being a psychologist. Good luck! I am a portfolio manager.
post #12 of 474
involved in steel and soymilk.
post #13 of 474
I'm a new, lazy business student spending a year in Finland
post #14 of 474
Toboggan.
post #15 of 474
business development in the real estate arena
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