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I hope this is an appropriate thread but I was perusing through a handful of profiles because I was curious to find out what others do for a living. I noticed that not many people listed what their occupation is. I thought it would be interesting to find this out. I myself am currently a chiropractic student in California. I graduate in December and am moving back to Utah to start my practice with my dad.

If anyone else would like to join in, please do.

Thanks, Nate
 

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I am the owner of a cabinet / countertop shop. We have over 30 employees and do work anywhere we can find it. We do all products and work for all budgets. I spend most of my days sitting in my office steering my computer down the information superhighway. Between customers, employees, vendors, family, church responsibilites, and UCC.com, I stay pretty busy.

-PW
 

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I work for a Fortune 50 company as a Storage Area Network administrator. I work with large EMC disk arrays and manage over 300 terabytes of data. I also have a 'backup' and disaster reovery background, thus the name 'tapehoser'. I've worked with high capacity backup tapes as well.
 

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I facilitate the evil consumerist tendencies of rich Americans by helping make sure they have sprawling, bloated, terrible shopping centers (market dominant lifestyle centers to be specific). I'm a capitalism enabler, the worst kind of mercenary money grubbing giant corporation employee...

And so far I really am enjoying it.

But I can't tell you the name without outing myself as a habitual violator of company policy as pertains to heavy deadly things secreted on or about my person while on company property.

Suffice it to say, if I told you our name, unless you are a savvy investor you wouldn't recognize it, but if I told you what we own in 45 states, you'd know us.
 

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Web designer/developer, etc., etc. I work at USU on several technology projects, most of which focus on web technologies.
 

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I work for my Uncle. Full-time National Guard. I used to be in Draper (the big building by the freeway with the plane in the front yard) but they offered me a job here in MT about 2 months ago and so far I am loving it.
 

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I'm retired after working over 30 years for a couple of major railroads.
 

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Full-time student (15+ credit hours) and Software Developer.
 

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I am a full time mother of two and a wife to an Army SGT. A CPR/FA instructor and an ERV driver (Emergency Response Vehicle) for the Red Cross. I also volunteer in my spare time with Thanksgiving point. Also involved with RAD kids (Rape, Aggression, Defense) self defense, Neighborhood Watch, CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) instructor and the state advisory board for CERT. Not to mention past jobs when I wasn't a mother. Very much into Emergency Preparedness - all kinds and types. Firm believer and advocate of alternative health and healing.
 

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Software developer (I notice that we seem to have lots of these).

I work for a state-owned research foundation that does a lot of high-tech, cutting-edge work. I won't name it either just out of an abundance of caution, but as a state-owned entity, they cannot make company policy against legal CCW anyway.
 

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I work for a legal publishing company, creating automated forms that attorneys and law firms normally use in their day-to-day practice.
 

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I am a Home Care Specialist (Customer Service) for Richmond American Homes. Also a 92F2OH7 in the Army Reserve. ([edited by moderator] is a 92F2OH7???) 92F is my Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) which is a petroleum supply specialist, 2O is my skill level (Sergeant), and H7 is an additional skill identifier (ASI) which is Heavy Petroleum Vehicle Operator. Basically I am a glorified fuel tanker driver! And no, in my 6 years of service, I have not been to Iraq.
 

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I fix computers (helpdesk) but recently i have been working for our Telco section specifically with cisco Voip. Also i am a member of the national guard and have been on two deployments only one was to Iraq and one stateside
 

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SGT Jensen said:
92F is my Military Occupational Specialty (MOS)
Zippo jockey. :D I'm a 92A (Automated Logistics Specialist), but going to 63A (M1 tank mechanic) school in January. My position in my new unit has me driving the M88 recovery vehicle. Good to have a couple fellow GI's here. 8)
 

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Drafting & Design.

Mostly I design houses & sometimes commercial buildings, foundations for large metal buildings ext. taken on by our engineer.
 

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Geologist.

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I create high end products that I manufacture here in Utah. I cannot sell them in Utah so I do all of my work in other states.

www.underbedlift.com
 
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