What do you do for a job?
This is a discussion on What do you do for a job? within the General chat forums, part of the Community channel category; Originally Posted by NewsreadeR I work in the PC industry - fix them / make etc etc Happy Christmas as ...
- 19-12-06, 01:07 AM #11
I will be 59 tomorrow and proud I am still doing this, working for myself and not having to drive to work for someone else for the best part of everyday.
I still get amazed everytime a customer calls up the business phone at the wierdest hour especially Saturday or Sunday nights. Does that happen to you to "NewsreadeR"?
- 19-12-06, 01:18 AM #12
Hi BeVar - i think most of us on this side of the pond are giving it zzz's. keep up the good work and happy birthday
- 19-12-06, 01:30 AM #13
- 19-12-06, 06:53 AM #14
I am a transport manager very stressful and lots of responsibility but challenging which keeps my mind alert i supposehAS ANYONE SEEN MY cAPSLOCK KEY?
- 19-12-06, 08:11 AM #15
I have a few jobs
Sage accounts and wages, network and PC problem solving for estate agents
books and wages for other half's transport company
carer for disabled mother
Mum of 3 daughters (Cleaner,nurse, washer upper,dogsbody?)
I think it would be easier to be a man..too old for a sex change?Rosie
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- 19-12-06, 09:56 AM #16
Work for a global blue chip company in Contracts, but my background is IT after doing a Degree in Computer Science and then becoming MS Certified whilst in Full Time work and married with 2 kids.
Also run a small IT support business on my own supporting friends, collegues and anyone else that wants PC or networking help.
And it all started as a hobby.
- 19-12-06, 10:01 AM #17
I'm an IT Manager in a University. I'm responsible for the deployment, support (HW and SW) and development of PCs for all users in the University.
Busy at the minute evaluating things like Windows Vista and Office 2007, and exploring the use of Thin Client computing in open-access areas.
Plenty to do, but I like it. I'm lucky - I like my job
- 28-12-06, 02:28 PM #18
Aerospace engineer mostly in the defence industry.
- 28-12-06, 02:55 PM #19
work as a support analyst in london
- 28-12-06, 04:29 PM #20
I work as Sales Admin for a big Food company