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So what do you do for a living?

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It's been awhile and we have a whole new crew on board, so I thought I'd bump this topic back to the top!

 

So what do y'all do for your day job?

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Wow, so many old names, no longer posting... Some I recognize, some more obscure.

 

I am still retired from the transit service (Ride On in Mungumry County Murlin) and sub-teach and drive bus for our Meeting and teach CDL license to folks and do lawncare stuff. And I do Commish things in Scouting...

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When I not chilling out in an arm immobilzer and doing  "Pain and Torture," I'm a medical librarian at a small rural hospital.

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After burning out as a counselor for GLBTQ youth (one suicide prevention failure too many), I'm now doing commercial property management, mostly industrial - and sometimes I think it was easier to deal with suicidal 15 year olds than with business owners who don't pay their rent.

 

I've also worked in fast food and retail, been a bouncer and a chef, an inventory control specialist (fancy title for "guy who counts parts") and an environmental educator and in college, worked for Maine National High Adventure, BSA, both in winter (OKPIK, before it became a local program) and in summer, raked blueberries, worked the potato harvest (drove the tractor from field to sorting house mostly), picked apples, Saturday janitor for local Bangor radio station owned by famous horror author, 4-H camp counselor, cook on windjammer, seed picker for Johnnie's Selected Seeds, shipping department of wreath maker and egg gatherer at small egg farm (for a whopping 25 cents per dozen). 

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I was a floral designer before my son was born with medical issues and I became (and currently am) a stay at home Mom.

My husband is the manager of regulatory affairs in the northeast for a large power generating company. 

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I do metrics development, analytics, and reporting for IT Service Management teams. Been involved with ITSM / ITIL operations for seventeen years.

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I'm a helicopter pilot for the US Navy.

Thank you for your service and welcome to the forum

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I'm still a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) working as a Navy civilian.  Target retirement date is 12/31/16...if the stock market cooperates.

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