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What's Your Job?

Henyman

Secret Goat Fetish
Political User
#1
Ok been a while since a thread like this, so what do you all do for a living + how much you earn? :rolleyes:

As quite a few of you Know i work as a Manager for Tesco proper title is "Day Grocery Section Manager" basically i am incharge of ~20 staff and 7 out of the stores 11 Aisle's :suprised:

earn aprox £20,000 before tax.


so what about the rest of you?
 

Tittles

Dabba Dooba
Political User
#3
Well as of this morning I start working at Century Foundry. Will be working for $8.50 an hour fulltime untill school starts September 6th then I might be working part-time during school.

If I work regular 8 hour days then I will be making $340 a week which is pretty damn good in my opinion for a 16 year old thats still in high school.
 

onimkron

OSNN Senior Addict
#4
Aside from full-time studying, I work behind a bar at a restaurant, and the occasional serving/waitering. Unfortunately I've sort of become too flexible, and have managed to at times find myself washing dishes in the kitchen :nervous:
 

ThePatriot

-=[BOHICA!]=-
Political User
#5
TittleBitties said:
Well as of this morning I start working at Century Foundry. Will be working for $8.50 an hour fulltime untill school starts September 6th then I might be working part-time during school.

If I work regular 8 hour days then I will be making $340 a week which is pretty damn good in my opinion for a 16 year old thats still in high school.
Good for you! I know you've been looking for quite some time! Good luck!
 

melon

MS-DOS 2.0
Political User
#6
I work for a TV station as an editor.

And, no offense to anyone, I was brought up to find discussions of salaries to be a bit improper, so I don't feel comfortable disclosing it...lol.

Melon
 

zeke_mo

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Political User
#7
I work for an air conditioning company doing installations and repairs. Its not fun at all getting to crawl around under houses and in attics, there are some perks, I get to meet a lot of interesting....spiders and mice, sometimes people.

I make $14/hr.. Im not to sure how much that is a year
 
#8
Finding satellites from 23,000 miles away, working for these guys. Satellites are tiny! Maybe when I get out I'll make some money doing the same stuff (and making more than I do now--only half it taxable).

Congrats on the job, tittle!
 
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VenomXt

Blame me for the RAZR's
#9
work for GE Energy at the moment. I do almost all of the IT work for a facility of 700 computers. Our shop repairs the big ass power plant gas turbine engines. As salary goes im not allowed to discuss anywhere so, but im very happy for a internship And GE is making a **** load of money off me being the go to guy for the whole freaking place hehe.
 

Tittles

Dabba Dooba
Political User
#10
ThePatriot said:
Good for you! I know you've been looking for quite some time! Good luck!
Yeah I have...kinda wish it would of came sooner in the summer but I ain't complaining :laugh:.

Thanks :)

Unwonted - Thanks :)
 
#11
I'm a support engineer for Coreix in London

Salary is ~£19,000 - £19,500. Hopefully soon that will become a fixed salary :)

Working in a datacentre is a nice job :)
 

Tittles

Dabba Dooba
Political User
#12
LordOfLA said:
I'm a support engineer for Coreix in London

Salary is ~£19,000 - £19,500. Hopefully soon that will become a fixed salary :)

Working in a datacentre is a nice job :)

Yeah I can tell its nice from your webcam shows :laugh:
 

Brad

Moderator
Political User
#14
Technical Assistance Center Engineer for Extreem Networks. Very happy with my job so far, but not going to say how much I make.
 

Sazar

F@H - Is it in you?
Staff member
Political User
#15
Dell Business to Business sales and acquisitions.

Decent so far. Thinking of going back to uni and getting more degrees. Depends on whether or not I move to marketing research or not. Thats my ultimate goal :)
 

muzikool

Act your wage.
Political User
#16
My title is Assistant Technology Administrator at a company called WRS Group, Ltd. http://www.wrsgroup.com/ The company's industry is health and childbirth education and has customers worldwide, including an office in the UK. I've been there 4 months and I really enjoy it. It's exactly what I've wanted to do for a few years now. Salary is good based on it being my first year. :)
 

Johnny

.. Commodore ..
Political User
#17
I work for a meat packing company, make an average of about 13 an hour. I am trying to get back into school so I can leave the hole in the wall - No, I'mnot going for computers. Yes, I hate it ..
 
#18
work for the Ball State University - School of Nursing. Actual title is Technology Service Specialist. www.bsu.edu/nursing

I'm in charge of all of their nursing simulator equipment, about 100 lab machines, all the faculty and staff machines, 2 servers, the website, the online courses, and lots more.
 
#19
Software Developer (Consumer Products) at Symantec Corporation in Santa Monica, CA.
It's a summer internship, and they've asked if I can continue working part-time during the academic year, but the schedule's going to be really tight so I'm planning to finish up in mid-September right before Fall quarter begins.

$: Undisclosed. :)
 

Sazar

F@H - Is it in you?
Staff member
Political User
#20
Sooo, whats the next big virus symantec is releasing to spur sales :cool:

j/king.... j/king :D

My brother in law is doing almost the same exact thing here at AMD. Definitely try to get your foot through and keep it there if thats what you want. Opportunities at good organisations don't come round too often, and the benefits ROCK ;)
 

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