I'm a sales guy. We do indoor air quality for commercial, medical and some industrial facilities. With a focus on high end filtration, and correct use of ultra violet light. Little bit more to it than that, but that's the jist of it.
Service Engineer in the Railway Industry ("The Railroad" to all you guys across the water). Keeping all those trains safe & running on time whilst getting all those people to and from their work.
Working on, and fixing faults on a train can be very much like working on a pinball machine at times....
Engineer for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Mostly asset/inventory management, pestering contractors, handling the utilities and energy usage, etc. Whatever needs to get done.
To all those that serve or served, thank you for what you do. Something I don't get to say often enough. It's because of folks like you that we're free to do things like this forum.
@SealClubber-Loved my time stationed at Leavenworth. It really depends on your assignment, age, and personal interests though.
I am like thestang. Grad student making money on the side selling the occasional pin.
Just an old Jarhead (USMC "MOS 1345" from 89-93) that is now a Screen Printer, Graphic Artist, Web Master, Marketing/Sales rep, traveling salesman, Owner and CEO of http://www.juggernaut-graphics.com/ . I also do networking for the firearm manufacturers/ armed personnel employment /firearm training organizations.
I own and operate 2 bowling pro shops. Great job in the winter months sucks in the summer.
Computer programmer in the entertainment industry. Design and build show automation controllers. Name just about any game show and I've probably worked on it.
Freelance TV & Film production for the time being. Looking to get out & onto something new as soon as I gain residency in Illinois again. 10 yrs in & I can tell you that this is not wanna be doing when my body starts to not want to work 12-16 hr days.
Former US Navy Electronics Technician and now a Transport Engineer, specializing in Microwave Backhaul System design for a well-known wireless service provider.
Quoted from JWS64:
My wife makes the big bucks, I'm retired and full-time father for my almost 3 year old
Same here! My wife is great at what she does and makes a good living. I am a stay at home dad to our three daughters. I used to be a police officer and before that a professional fighter/Martial Arts instructor. The stay at home dad gig is much harder LOL. Working on becoming a personal trainer now
skateboard & pinball shop proprieter/ babysitter to 73% of NYC's youth
-jon - reciprocal nyc
Have been a chef, photolab manager, owned a portrait studio, now am the butcher at the local supermarket, but mostly am a full time single father of two wee pinheads.
Been in Television for almost 24 years. Local stations, cable networks, ABC, NBC and now at Warner Bros. Television and lovin' it!
I manage all the technology at a small TV studio... everything from a stable of Final Cut Pro edit suites to 6 of the coolest new little tapeless HD cameras (Canon XF105).
Anyone in Boston want to make some Pinball videos?
Edit: Yeah PromoJoe23! TV buddies!
I am a developmental engineer for WPAFB - active duty USAF - lil' butterbar that i am .
Looking down the list it appears we have some pretty smart and creative guys in this hobby.
IT Administrator for a Commercial Freight Shipping company.
No pinball discounts/moves... I've tried
I work in the social services, writing curriculum and training people to work with children with mental illness and their families. Unfortunately I'm being forced out of the field due to a lack of job security, which bothers me more than a little. Hoping to take my LSATs soon and try for law school.
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