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What do we all do for a living?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by coolwaterz, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. rob

    rob Well-Known Member

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    F**k the people whenever I can. It's a good job if you can get it.
     
  2. Zintintin

    Zintintin Well-Known Member

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    actuary and part-time physics professor.
     
  3. Aluan

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    actuary and part-time physics professor.
    No way! I'm an actuary, too. And part-time poker player.
     
  4. mimile

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    Trying to help healthy people not to becoem sick, and sick people not to get sicker. MD.
     
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  6. hboogz

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    Project Manger for IT focusing primarily on Network Infrastructure..Looking for some part-time, possible retail work to feed my sartorial addiction and to be in a bit more sociable atmosphere as opposed to data centers..
     
  7. Exit English

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    Er... excuse me... do you have any spare change for a cup of tea?
     
  9. btinl

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    Yep, Dugoni School. Years ago I was waiting to cross the street next to this jogger. She had a booty that would bring tears to your eyes. I thought I'd save it for posterity (yuk-yuk) so I pretended to place a phone call while taking pic but the damn phone made a loud 'SAY CHEESE CHAWHIRRCHINK' sound effect. She looked at me like I might look at a dog licking itself and ran off.

    When did you graduate? My brother went there.
     
  10. sm332

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    Add me to that glorious profession [​IMG]

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  11. mtsoccer4

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    OK, everyone's so gosh darn accomplished, educated.[​IMG]
    I'm a humble graduate student, future medical physicist.
     
  12. Kentishman

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    OK, everyone's so gosh darn accomplished, educated.

    I definitely resent this accusation...
     
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    Professionally unemployed. Finishing law degree. Working for free at local Public Defender's Office. Waiting to hear results of recent p/t applications to coffeehouses and clothing retailers.
     
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    +1
     
  15. lasbar

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    Working class hero.

    Works for the greatest Engineering challenge of the last century processing chemical goods for freight transport...
     
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    I am in post-doc training - to be a clinical neuropsychologist...a brain geek. I dream full-time that I was a designer though. [​IMG]
     
  17. mainy

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    full time student, professional student loan acquirer. sell things on Ebay when I need to buy food.
     
  18. PipPip

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    Not really sure what I'm supposed to do but I know what I do. I'm a chartered accountant and used to work in corporate finance but somehow I've ended up in a role in Business Strategy and Development, which means I spend most of my time stopping senior executives in the business from pursuing ideas that they think are good but which are, in fact, bad.
     
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    Not really sure what I'm supposed to do but I know what I do. I'm a chartered accountant and used to work in corporate finance but somehow I've ended up in a role in Business Strategy and Development, which means I spend most of my time stopping senior executives in the business from pursuing ideas that they think are good but which are, in fact, bad.

    Excellent. Love it.
     
  20. tcnjbanker123

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    Finance Student with several banking connections and high ambitions hoping to break into bulge bracket banking before heading into hedgefund management.

    (obviously subject to change)
     

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