Radio, schmadio...video killed the radio star! Let's hear it for TV professionals!
Uh...news/sports photographer (read: video cameraman) for WBAY-TV, Green Bay/Fox Cities. Actually working in the field my Communications Processes major at UWGB trained me (allegedly) for...shocking.
Side gig: technical director for ACW-NWA Wisconsin...see link in sig.
Other occupation: independent business owner.
Originally posted by The Big KatI'm a manufacturing engineer at a wastewater pump manufacturer. Also registered as an EIT in Illinois. We make the pumps that pump your shit through treatment plants! Woohoo!
Wow, I am impressed by some of the jobs mentioned here. Not terribly surprised though, given some of the intelligent conversations that occur on the board.
Title: Project engineer Reality: Electrical Engineer designing industrial control systems, specializing in tracking and routing systems for float glass production. Six years and running in my field, just made 4 years with my current employer.
Cavaliers: 25-36. 0.5 games out of the playoffs. The East is pathetic. Indians: 0-0 Browns: 0-0
Like my bio says, I attempt to teach college students how to speak and write in a fashion that indicates some familiarity with the American language. Currently, I'm teaching Presentation Techniques and College Composition, but I'll be picking up an Ethics class and an Organizational Comm class in the fall. I also moonlight as a general laborer/jack of all trades at a Christmas Tree farm. Most importantly, I'm also the parent of two children.
Trust me on this one. If you ever go adventuring, always try to find the situation where the appropriate words are: "Damn! We're too late! The villain hath done his villainy and decamped to parts unknown!" --Ignace, agent extraordinaire
I'm currently in the process of dropping out of high school, looking to get my GED and head off to Fitchburg State College to major in Communications or some other field that'll eventually have me hosting Jeopardy and running the show behind the scenes on Wheel of Fortune. It's this dream I have. :)
Originally posted by Ffej (and yes- you are getting SCREWED at the pumps).
Details my friend, details! Seriously just how much money are the corporations making off us right now?
Oh yeah on topic: Semi employed doing comstruction cleanup and landscaping.
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Lets just say when you here the word "shortage" it's BS. Granted crude oil is up a little bit which does add to some of the cost, but not near enough to equal what you are paying now. The national average for gas come July will be over $2 a gallon (which I know it already is some places) you can bank on that.
WIENER OF THE DAY! July 6, 2002!
Wienerville Survivor League Co-Champion If I lived back in the wild west days, instead of carrying a six-gun in my holster, I'd carry a soldering iron. That way, if some smart-aleck cowboy said something like "Hey, look. He's carrying a soldering iron!" and started laughing, and everybody else started laughing, I could just say, "That's right, it's a soldering iron. The soldering iron of justice." Then everybody would get real quiet and ashamed, because they had made fun of the soldering iron of justice, and I could probably hit them up for a free drink.
I'm a Production Coordinator, a fancy term for "everything," for a weekly alternative paper in the Upstate of S.C. I design ads (inlcuding logos), layout pages, draw and photograph covers, and maintain the website.
"To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
Originally posted by Matt TrackerI'm a Production Coordinator, a fancy term for "everything," for a weekly alternative paper in the Upstate of S.C. I design ads (inlcuding logos), layout pages, draw and photograph covers, and maintain the website.
And probably work about 60-70 hours a week making somewhere between 2-3 bills a week...I'm not mocking, this is "been there /done that/ own the t-shirt/still have the badge of honor in my storage boxes somewhere" sympathy.
I am an accountant for the Dept. of Treasury and I also stock shelves at a Toys R Us on the weekends
"I'm not that big, but I'm fast, I'm pretty sure I can outrun the whole Dallas Cowboys team." --high school senior RB (and possible future Boomer Sooner) Adrian Peterson on his thoughts on his chances in the NFL
Am I the only person who hope this kid signs into the NFL and Roy Williams and Parcells get to let that comment stew for the next 7 months?
I'm a biologist for a chemical company. I will be sitting for my boards in nursing come June and then move into a clinical setting. And finish my grad work in cell biology. Oh, and push out a kid in August so then I'll be a mommy, too.
You'll want to avoid the under $100 crowd for the most part for the obvious reasons. A popular player for the "region-free" crowd is the $100-$150 Sampo DVE-611, which also converts PAL to NTSC televisions.