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Might be good to know, since we have many different people from all around the world. Maybe we could be a help to each other sometime. Mine is rather boring MBA. I work as a manager at a local company that's involved primarily in mining, mineral processing and metallurgy.

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I am software developer, currently writing software for an online gambling company.

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I know there are a lot of very skilled workers on this forum but personally I'm a lowly window cleaner....

It is my own business that I built up from scratch though and I do seriously think I'm the best in town.

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I know there are a lot of very skilled workers on this forum but personally I'm a lowly window cleaner....

It is my own business that I built up from scratch though and I do seriously think I'm the best in town.

I'm so envious, because I must look every day for 8-12 hours through these Windows - programmer & IT admin. (Shaking head...). First own computer was Wang - a russian copy of american PC ( vang - prisoner in estonian language ), and for now 22 years in prison (Holiday feeling...)

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A full-time PhD student with part-time work in moving equipment and office dogsbody (two separate jobs). Until recently spent 6.5 years as a university learning adviser. Will be finished PhD by the end of the year so am looking for an academic position (good luck) or anything else that will support my family.

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University faculty member (lecturing+research); specialised in chemical engineering and materials science.

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I'm a technical manager at a software company. My grad work was in hardware but I haven't touched a logic gate ever since...

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Policeman in the US Air Force for the past 22+ years, currently typing this from a very hot and sandy place.

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High school student when i joined the forum, went through various odd jobs while going through university, finished this year and am starting my career in marketing for a major electronics company October 1 ;-) :-D (excited & scared)

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I put in the 'bubble' at the 'spirit level' factory...

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I'm a private junior high school teacher, a vocational school teacher, a business English instructor, a kindergarten teacher, a private group kids teacher, a private TOEIC/TOEFL teacher..... basically I have my fingers in so many pies at the moment, I forget whether I am coming or going! If you breathe, I can teach you something concerning the English language. (shame I type like an uneducated moron on this forum though!)

I used to work in a large construction company back home, (actually a lot of my ESL students here in Japan, have better grammar and more varied vocabulary than some of my former 'native speaker' workmates...my ears are still burning from the language they used to be exposed too! )

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Retired - System designer / Software developer

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Dolphin trainer at seaworld (well that's what I tell the ladies :P)

Eh, really a computer programmer.

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IT Network Admin, hope to be a full time brewer in the next 5 years

I never realised one was a stepping stone to the other :)

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I teach General Psychology and Educational Psychology at a university. My research area is computer-mediated communication.

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I program and teach databases and applications for a big company and besides I give german lessons for asylum seekers by order of an international organisation.

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