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Thought this might be interesting.

 

I am in sales. I sell repair & maintenance products out of a mobile warehouse. I service many different industries.

 

My company is currently looking for salesmen for several new territories, and one of our salesmen will be retireing in the Tulsa area in about a year. If you're interested check out our recruitment video.

 

http://youtu.be/VibfL56WWq0

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By day I am a super dad and freelance graphic designer. As well as taking care of business for the non profit organization.

 

By night I transform into the jack of all trades as a production/office manager at a local print shop. We specialize in gang run printing, specialty items, large format printing, i.e. stickers, banners. Some of our clients are the City of Delray Beach, Live Nation, AEG Live, and just landed IKEA.

 

Its fun, got an awesome office and have made some great stuff for the community. Just printed a 30x34 print map of an AO of OP Lion Claw with a Luster Laminate which is perfect for using dry erase. Oh did I mention I printed this map on thick plastic? Always open to new ideas guys so if you need anything, I will be more than happy to match whatever pricing you are getting now.

 

Shoot a PM is you want to know more.

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I do construction in Southeast Oklahoma. It has its' ups and downs, but overall I really enjoy it. Except in the slow times when my wife and I and two kids are fighting over the last can of spam, or eating each other's toenails for protein. Anyone need any more visualization?

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I'm a nurse in a high risk maternity clinic so if one of you goes into labor at BH, radio me and I'll come deliver. :D

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Job that pays the bills: IT Techncian for Financial Advisors for a local Mutual Funds company

 

Job I hope to pay the bills with: YouTube.

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I work in a warehouse, pulling bearings for 7 hours a day.

 

It isn't as bad as it sounds. It keeps me strong, and since I don't have a lift, helps keep me in shape. I get a lot of freedom there, and don't have managers constantly riding my ass.

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Senior Sales Manager for a ski resort here in Colorado. Have an awesome boss who lets me work from home on Fridays so I can watch my daughter. Wish I got paid more, but the perks I get would melt your face off. (40+ days skiing on the clock, passes for my wife and daughter, company paid trips to awesome exotic places like Texas and OK....).

 

 

I also make random vids for our facebook page letting skiers know what the conditions are like.

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Ah... to be lucky enough to call Durango home! Nails, you've got it made. I am the General Counsel for a regional wireless company. We own more than 500 towers in 5 states, all in rural America. I handle everything from lobbying congress to 9-figure litigation to contracts to share drainage ponds. So it runs the gamut. The only downer is the 162-mile roundtrip commute each day, but I'm used to it. I am a self-styled amateur airsoft arms dealer and like poking holes with my real steel toys too. If I win the lottery I'm starting my own D-Day Adventure Park/Gun Superstore/Airsoft Super-retailer/Military Surplus Superstore/Wild West Themed Town and Casino.

 

My wife is a Filipino nurse who talks about Imelda Marcos the way most women talk about Princess Diana, and whose favorite saying when running the county STD clinic in Las Vegas (until recently) was: "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, and then starts spreading." In other words, she's a lot more interesting, and funnier, than I am.

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I work at Extreme Engineering. We provide tools that do real time surverys while drilling oil and natural gas wells, along with tools that provide "images" of current rock formations through use of gamma rays, and tools that are used by directional drillers to help with determining the inclination and azmuth of a bit to help steer a directional motor. I am on the repair end of fixing our highly specialized tools.

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Full time,All the time,To much of the time Rail Roader..............I work for Union Pacific R.R. Moving trains with all the stuff that keeps the country going............Woooo Hooooo.

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I plead the fifth on the grounds I may incriminate myself and my wife finds out how much I really make $$$ and not allow me to play Airsoft anymore...JK.

Operations Supervisor for one of the largest international geophysical service companies in the world with presence that spans the globe with offices in 29 major countries, and employing over 60 nationalities. Our geographic reach encompasses a wide variety of challenging environments. From the arid deserts of the Middle East, and the jungles of South America, to the environmentally sensitive Alaskan Foothills, and the heli-portable mountain front of the Andes.

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Retired Man-Whore/ Cellular Field Engineer, I guess I should clarify. I used to travel all over the country programming cell sites for AT&T, T-Mobile, Nextel and any one else who would pay me ridiculous amounts of money to do so. I was an Independent contractor and worked on a project to project basis so when one contract would end or another company would get the contract I was working on I would go to whoever paid the most. That and I pretty much was lead around by my shove weasel for many of those years.

 

Now I maintain the pikepass system, network, video enforcement system and all of the revenue generating equipment for the OTA on the Creek turnpike. I work for a private company that has the contract till 2028 so I don't plan on doing any project hopping anymore.

 

DO NOT ask me questions about your pikepass or how to beat the system, I will punch you in the throat!

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Medically retired PD Law Enforcement. Returned as Admin. for a Public Safety Dept. and retired after a total 30 years. Now I do data entry for my wife, who runs her own business (low pay but good fringe benefits!).

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I work as a journalist for one of the largest video game websites in the world, and also perform contract community management jobs for larger triple-A video game releases.

 

I am currently in the process of developing my own video game, just wrapping up seed funding rounds right now....

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