What Do You Do For a Living?

Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by ~attrACTION~, Dec 10, 2006.

  1. Joffrey

    Joffrey Senior member

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    intl' trade analyst
     


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    I'm a new, lazy business student spending a year in Finland

    Damn, we need to organise export of that Fazer Rye bread from Finland. I cannot eat this shit they call bread here.

    I don't work. But my job is to stay out of trouble.
    I suck at my job.
     


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    Damn, we need to organise export of that Fazer Rye bread from Finland. I cannot eat this shit they call bread here.

    I don't work.


    Tell me about it. Finnish baking/pastries rock. Korvapuustit, pulla, Runeberg's tarts, etc.
     


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    Antiques expert for an auction house.

    Edit: Didn't we have a thread like this before? Or did it get lost in the Great Crash?

    Yeah, there is one It was post crash, I think it is on the Money/Power forum
     


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    Concordia Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Lawyer (big law firm associate).
     


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    dkzzzz Senior member

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    Tell me about it. Finnish baking/pastries rock. Korvapuustit, pulla, Runeberg's tarts, etc.

    He he. I have a place not far from me called Sweet Finnish they have freshly baked pulla and rye. But I still think Fazer is better. Hell I'd go to Russian deli for Rye if i am desperate for some toast. [​IMG]
     


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    Reading those posts is making me hungry.

    I am a techie (software tester).
     


  11. Aaron

    Aaron Senior member

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    Part-time Project Manager at a door manufacturer and seller, assistant to a Sustainability Consultant, and manager of sponsorship for a chocolate festival.

    I'm tired...and hungry.
     


  12. Bandwagonesque

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    He he. I have a place not far from me called Sweet Finnish they have freshly baked pulla and rye. But I still think Fazer is better. Hell I'd go to Russian deli for Rye if i am desperate for some toast. [​IMG]

    Is that the same Fazer that makes Fazer chocolate? I haven't been able to find good rye bread here either. I usually just get the Munich rye from the store here, or from the local baker.

    I do have a good source for salmiakki though [​IMG]
     


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    Purveyor and consumer of fermented grape juice, former bean counter.
     


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    Purveyor and consumer of fermented grape juice, former bean counter.

    Best job description yet [​IMG]
     


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    Totally.
     


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