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Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:06 am
by frigginwizard
KPj wrote:Pretty much right about be. Marketing, working for a travel technology company (our customers are mostly travel agencies)
I do graphic design for a marketing department in a travel technology company :o

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:15 am
by Rucifer
Doc- Corporate Lawyer? LOL I must seem soulless...it's Rucifer not Lucifer! haha jk.


Actually I'm a college student who at the moment works the front desk of a hotel. The other day there was this big, funny guy that was from texas (a guy who you could tell could prolly squat 2 or 3 of me) but looks like he might indulge in cheeseburgers every so often :wink: . He was quite funny and witty tho- Hoosegow you didn't happen to visit ohio recently did ya? :lol:

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:22 am
by KPj
frigginwizard wrote:
KPj wrote:Pretty much right about be. Marketing, working for a travel technology company (our customers are mostly travel agencies)
I do graphic design for a marketing department in a travel technology company :o
I can't remember whether you're from the UK or not. If so, then you probably know of who I work for, 'cause we're one of the best in the UK, destroying the competition, and in the process of taking over the world (ok we've having a crack at Oz and possibly the States and we've not 'destroyed' anyone but I would say we're a market leader) :grin:

(above is reference to the travel technology side, which is the core of the business, not the marketing side, which is what I do)

KPj

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:36 am
by frigginwizard
na, Im in the US. We primarily support Sky Bird Travel & Tours which is an international consolidator, but they only do departures from the US and Canada.

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:04 am
by NightFaLL
I'm a college student, graduate with my marketing degree in the spring at Ball State. I work in the new recreation center they're building, so at least I know I'll like the atmosphere I'm in until I graduate!

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:38 am
by pdellorto
You guys are pretty accurate with me.

I'm a part-time ESL teacher and part-time trainer at two different places (one private gym, one community center-style one), I've got my own private training clients, and I do some odd stuff on the side - IT, freelance writing, tutoring, etc. But I'm still only training people part-time.

Shouldn't this be in general chatter?

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:41 am
by wilburburns
pdellorto wrote:
Shouldn't this be in general chatter?
Simply put...
YES

:lol:

Cliff

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 1:26 pm
by hoosegow
Rucifer, my only time in Ohio was once I had a layover in Cincinatti.

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 1:29 pm
by wilburburns
hoosegow wrote:Rucifer, my only time in Ohio was once I had a layover in Cincinatti.
Then you weren't really in Ohio.. The Cincinnatti Airport in is Ky..

:wink:

Cliff

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:00 pm
by Wouter
College student: nutrition and dietetics and I'm gonna do an extra year for fitness instructor+First aid+business managment and sportattendant/caretaker (don't know how to translate that in good English).
I'm currently working (summer job) at a wood shop.

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:02 pm
by Wouter
Helena115 wrote:Well, I started out a molecular biologist, got my PhD in cardiovascular medicin (I'm not a medical doctor though, my research was all genetics), did a post-doc in gene therapy, got an administrative position in the academic field, and now I'm back at my alma mater with the long fancy title "Scientific Administration Coordinator" which means I don't necessarily have to do the adminstration myself but get to coordinate it and tell other people how to do it :green:

I'm responsible for grants reports and applications, and I also get myself involved in alot of science communication (web content, annual reports, newsletters, posters etc.). The non-profit organization I work for coordinates international neuroscience research.

As a hobby I make jewelry (I wanted to be a goldsmith when I was little but my parents made me get a "proper" education) :)
So you're not a 25 year old figure athlete? :frown:

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:09 pm
by stuward
wilburburns wrote:
hoosegow wrote:Rucifer, my only time in Ohio was once I had a layover in Cincinatti.
Then you weren't really in Ohio.. The Cincinnatti Airport in is Ky..

:wink:

Cliff
I was in that airport once. An X shaped building surrounded by runways.

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:22 pm
by Helena115
Wouter wrote:
So you're not a 25 year old figure athlete? :frown:
Yes, in my spare time :green:

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:33 pm
by Gantz
Just graduated high school; attending college in the fall.

Managed a [illegal] gatorade service for 3 years during high school, but went bankrupt when the economic depression hit.

Re: What's everyone's career?

Posted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 3:13 pm
by Proper Knob
Helena115 wrote:What kind of music? :smile:
A bit of everything Helena, but mainly on the jazz tip though.