What does everyone do for a job?

..and aspirations for the future?

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31/08/2012 at 17:12

Trainee solicitor for a big evil corporate entity.

31/08/2012 at 17:20

maths teacher

31/08/2012 at 17:32

I flog stuff

31/08/2012 at 17:35
IKFY wrote (see)

I flog stuff

What you're a Dominatrix?

Cortina5    pirate
31/08/2012 at 17:53

Engineer. Which allows me to run and swim in many locations all over Europe. And what my life slowly slip away in airports.

31/08/2012 at 18:06

Used to work as a mechanical engineer in R&D until the whole show I was performing in moved south and I refused to go with it. So I started a spot of clearing up gardens for old ladies. Seven years later I can tell you its better than working and pays better too.

31/08/2012 at 18:18
AlbeoLupus wrote (see)
IKFY wrote (see)

I flog stuff

What you're a Dominatrix?

I can be if that's what you're into

31/08/2012 at 18:27
I work in a compliance department for a professional services company..... That means I'm an expert in more obscure rules and regulations than it is possible to shake a stick at........ ZZZZzzzzzzzzz

My aspiration is to be able to afford to not need to work.
Edited: 31/08/2012 at 18:30
31/08/2012 at 18:28

another (less evil) Nurse ... would love to do some more sports based profession...

still wondering if there's a best way to go about it

31/08/2012 at 18:58

Directional driller in oilfield. After 22 years working offshore I fancy a change but to what I have no idea!

31/08/2012 at 18:59

I'm an Immigration Officer. Not quite what I imagined I'd do when growing up!

31/08/2012 at 19:05

at the moment   nothing  as made redundent the other Thursday after 21 years  but looking for new job

31/08/2012 at 19:09
I manage a veterinary hospital .... but I have just told them I am leaving to move South. Previously I was an accountant and then HR/Finance Mgr in a couple of places.

No idea what I am going to do when I move .... something will turn up
31/08/2012 at 19:25

Chartered Chemical Engineer in the oil and gas industry. I specialise in analysing and hopefully preventing large accidents such as Gulf of Mexico, Buncefield, etc.

Really interstering job, well paid, great prospects, travelled the world, met great people and my job makes a difference to society. Would recomend engineering to anyone.

31/08/2012 at 19:28
Well paid!! Oh I can only dream of that
31/08/2012 at 19:36

We are desperately short of engineering graduates in my area; third go into the city, about 20% into accountancy. By the time you take out those who don't want a career in engineering there's not many left.

I have a friend who works for a company who helps FTSE 500 companies run the engineering "milk round" at universities and if you have a first from a Russell Group University and can string a sentence together you are likely to get 4 or 5 job offers from big name companies.

All of this has meant that pay levels have rocketed in my profession. If you are willing to go to former USSR or the Sandpit £150k salaries for people with 15 years experience are typical. All tax free as well. 

Edited: 31/08/2012 at 19:40
31/08/2012 at 19:44
Nice work if ya can get it
31/08/2012 at 20:26

I am a partner in a printing co, but would rather win the lottery, sigh...

31/08/2012 at 20:37
Life long Eng now Manager, agree Eng been very kind over the years, enjoyable, and you have your choice generally
31/08/2012 at 21:39
JeremyG wrote (see)

Directional driller in oilfield. After 22 years working offshore I fancy a change but to what I have no idea!

I love the idea of this -  Which way should we drill today the?

How about?

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