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There was a "what do you do for a living" topic awhile back, but a lot of folks have joined since then, and wanted to take a more "scientific poll" approach to the question anyway. B)

I'm a project manager and systems architect at an eLearning company in SoCal, which puts me in the Information Technology category...
 

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I work at Dunn Tire and change tires, fix flats, do rotations, and confuse people when they get out of their car by saying "Howdy Doody, How are you? I'm Just Tooty Fruity!" :rudolph: Oh and I get to drive lots of cars too :D
 

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I am a Team Leader at one of GM's newest and most flexible assembly plants, and also a part time student.
 

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I am a Systems Administrator/Network Engineer for a financial services company.
 

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Corporate Travel Agent. work for American Express Corporate Travel Services, Only do corporate travel reservations for our corporate client, who's name i cannot say due to a privacy agreement i signed.. (but they are in the news all the time..for doing shady stuff in iraq) :p
 

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I'm retired GM Management, I was Shift Superintendent in Body Shop and Skilled Trades. This is a fun site to track what people think of GM and it's products as well as see some great ideas!!! I hope the the people in Detroit are watching, because you guys are doing some great stuff!
 

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I'm training to be a manager at mcdonalds currently. I also go to school for CISCO CCNA, MCSA, A+, Network +, and server+, and Ctech Fiber and Copper cabling, and i also go to high school
 

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lab technologist at an automotive parts manufacturer... R&D and failure analysis. my father owned a body shop which was 3 minutes from home, so i was there from the time i could walk. knew i had to get into something automotive.

my other job wasn't listed... i'm a part-time GMi junkie! the pay sucks, but the benefits are great!
 

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I am retired. I fish, I play my guitar, I swim, I travel, I have a really good time for myself. I also go on this forum to bust GM beancounter/suits bleeps. I want GM to be what it once was car wise before 1975, ON TOP. Things are improving but I will not give those suits a days peace until the day of the Martini sipping, check cashing, lazy beancounter/suit is over at GM and GM (especially Chevy) is back on top.
 

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Originally posted by Rex Raider@Feb 26 2004, 08:09 PM
I build and sell computers, and do webdesign and marketing.
Do I choose choice 1 or choice 3?
I'd say IT. Whether it's marketing, selling, or building, it sounds like you do all IT stuff.
 

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Originally posted by TransAmChic@Feb 27 2004, 08:47 AM
I work in the Health care field. I am an orthopedic operating room nurse.
So, uh, do you give Branden regular check-ups? :D
 

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I am a retired data center manager for a NYS agency. Nice being retired and enjoying my new GMC truck. :D
 

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Originally posted by cyboexpo2002@Feb 26 2004, 07:54 PM
Well, I'm a student, but my major is Molecular and Cell Biology...

essentially I'll be going into pharmaceutical research...
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Scary. I was dual MCD / Business in undergrad. Intent on getting my MD-MBA.
Then decided that the MD wasn't my thing... much to the behest of my family (many of whom are MD's and 1 proverbial rocket scientist). :lol:
 

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I had to check other. Vice President of a retailer with $650 Million Dollars in annual sales.
 

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Right now I'm working as an In-Stock Sales Associate at Expo Design Center in Nashville. I have a degree in computer networking but so far it has been completely useless in getting any kind of IT job. Construction and rennovation is my second area of experience so until I get more education or another job offer, I'm staying. Pay is adequate but I sure could use more :D
 
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