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the i don't want to work thread spawned on this question.

I'm a front end web developer. what that means is, I handle what you see when you're on a website. Anything you can click or interact with (unless it's flash) was done by myself or other front end developers.

on the side i do both back and front end, from setting up a web server, to handling the database layer to pushing the data from that to a template that ultimately you view and interact with.
 

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Nice!

I work for a small business here I central Illinois that does electronic recycling, sells refurbished computers, and repairs pc/macs. I tend to do it all, but the job I was hired for is rebuilding the machines we sell everyday, as well as repairing any pc/macs that come in to the repair lab. Currently have 4 stores here and waiting to get bought out so we can open another 40 across the Midwest. ^^
 

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I map soils and vegetation in the southwest. Maps include all forbs, shrubs, trees and grasses growing on specific plots and soil texture, rock fragments, colors, depth, clay content, root content...etc. Requires much hiking, digging, observing and writing. It is fairly enjoyable work.
 

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I map soils and vegetation in the southwest. Maps include all forbs, shrubs, trees and grasses growing on specific plots and soil texture, rock fragments, colors, depth, clay content, root content...etc. Requires much hiking, digging, observing and writing. It is fairly enjoyable work.
that actually sounds amazing. what sort of schooling did you go through?
 

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I am an Army soldier, my job is called Ammunition Specialist. It is difficult when we are not depolyed on account of not really doing much. The easiest way to describe my job is explosive logistics.
LMAO!!! luv your screen name now!
 

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that actually sounds amazing. what sort of schooling did you go through?
My degree is BS Biology. I am still a student however and am working on a Masters in microbial communities. I am interested in fungal and bacterial relationships and decomposition of organic material. I am currently using my planted tank as a very reliable source of procrastination from all of this. I prefer this method of procrastination due to it's high cost and it's robust carbon footprint.......only joking.
 

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Professional pizza delivery/maker/GM specialist. That's my day job for 40hrs. I also do freelance graphic design and contract business development. On top of all that fun Im a full time student.
 

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i'm in accounting for a large financial group. i play with numbers and lockboxes all day and journal money around.
GOD, that sounds a lot like my job. Except I work for a MAJOR pharmaceutical company that Michelle Bachmann just called out, LOL
 

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i'm a tax examiner for the IRS, and i do a lot of computer work on the side, anything from repair and small upgrades, to installing a small networks in a home offices, to troubleshooting networks in small businesses. before my career with the gov. i worked for comcast for 8 years. i went from the most hated corp in the world to the most hated sector of the gov. :icon_twis
 

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Nice!

I work for a small business here I central Illinois that does electronic recycling, sells refurbished computers, and repairs pc/macs. I tend to do it all, but the job I was hired for is rebuilding the machines we sell everyday, as well as repairing any pc/macs that come in to the repair lab. Currently have 4 stores here and waiting to get bought out so we can open another 40 across the Midwest. ^^
this sounds like fun, i would really really enjoy that type of work. do u have any certs or degrees?
 
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