Discussion in 'The STAGE48 Lobby' started by foojason, Aug 7, 2007.
Employee > finance department > Insurance Company > boring
I am a College Student with a Job as a Freelancer making designs.
Fourth year in University. Gotta graduate next year
Employed in a very large US multinational, reformed sales rep now working as a Business Analyst.
Early Childhood Educator and Tim Horton's
Currently apprenticing as a deep-tissue bodyworker...
I'm student (High school)! *W*
In high school as well.
I'm currently a full time Systems Engineer/System Admin. I work mostly on Windows systems used for trading, and a do a little bit of work on Linux systems as well.
I am help desk representative. It interesting to know what my fellow wotas do. I'm searching for a career that will give me money and time for AKB. My job offers neither...
Been in IT support positions forever, others too. Basically boring not well paid jobs haha.
I am a microbiologist / microbial ecologist only a few months away from obtaining a phd. I am procrastinating writing the thesis, though :/
I do have a job education (2 years) as a chemistry lab assistant, and i additionally funded my studies by working part-time in a call-center, doing support for a local news paper.
You're not a statistician?! After all those graphs and stats you gave us
The byproduct of doing all this ecology stuff i avoided like the plague during my undergrad studies -.-
Oh, i know that feeling bro...
Filmmaker, video editor, after years in various tv I just start a try for become indipendent.
I am studying logistics in an university of Applied Sciences .
I am graduating at the end of this year so I am hoping to get a job soon as well
^ Good luck!
I'm representing all the unemployed slackers here!
I was studying various physics and math courses to be a cosmologist (Carl Sagan was my hero growing up. I'm a geek), when I realized after a few years that it didn't really suit me. I did well and I love it as a hobby, but I couldn't devote my life to it, and you basically have to in that kind of work.
Also tried the opposite, tough manual labour jobs to get a new outlook, but all I got is bigger muscles and smaller happiness lol.
So what does a science geek, who lives like a freedom-loving big kid, do for a living? That's what I'd like to know!
Become a free-lancing science blogger/journalist.
I thought about that; how can I translate what I know and love into a freelance career, and I still might do some kind of freelance work, but I don't think it will be in scientific fields (or writing for that matter, it's not really my strength) because I'm no genius and there's a lot of free information out there already. It would be tough to make a career out of, maybe more work than actually staying in the field. Most likely I'll just dabble in personal projects while working a quiet little job that gives me the most freedom.