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  • Medical

    5 4.27%
  • Legal

    3 2.56%
  • Scientific research

    7 5.98%
  • Engineering/applied science

    19 16.24%
  • Accounting/applied math

    1 0.85%
  • Social work/childcare/caretaker

    3 2.56%
  • Artist/athlete/performer

    8 6.84%
  • Journalism/writing

    4 3.42%
  • Teacher/professor/instructor

    10 8.55%
  • Business/insurance/sales

    5 4.27%
  • Retail/service

    8 6.84%
  • Secretary/administration

    3 2.56%
  • Mechanic/plumber/skilled labour

    1 0.85%
  • Construction/other labour

    2 1.71%
  • Police/firefighter/security

    0 0%
  • Farmer/forester

    0 0%
  • Trucker/taxi/other driving

    0 0%
  • Self-employed (please describe)

    3 2.56%
  • Unemployed

    7 5.98%
  • Other (please describe)

    28 23.93%
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    I write analysis software for the space industry.

    Check out our latest video celebrating 50 years into the space age
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    It keeps me busy.

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    network architect for a wireless carrier


    planning to go back to school to study applied physics and mathematics

    as far as intended careers go, mechanical engineering in something like aerospace, robotics, biotech, nanotech, etc

    Quote Originally Posted by Apollonian View Post
    I write analysis software for the space industry.

    Check out our latest video celebrating 50 years into the space age
    (scroll down to the bottom of the page)
    AGI Full Production Videso - Analytical Graphics, Inc.

    It keeps me busy.
    awesome.

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    Im as stay at home Mum.

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    In-home care case manager for older and disabled adults. It's a government job.
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    active duty Military

    my rate, CTM

    and also EVMS Security (East Virginia Medical School)

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    active duty Military

    my rate, CTM

    and also EVMS Security (East Virginia Medical School)

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    I'm a small animal vet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griffi97 View Post
    I'm a small animal vet.
    Are you a veteran small animal? That would be fun.

    King hedgehog, winner of many battles against the evil squirrels.

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    That's pretty funny, wish I could think of a snappy comeback. Give me some time...

    Edit: Nope, still don't have one. I guess wittiness is not my strong suit.
    Last edited by Griffi97; 04-23-2008 at 06:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Me, I'm finishing my BSc (biology) next year, heading towards being a research scientist, torn between a MSc and a pHD for now, probably going into endocrinology/related physiology research, preferably in animal models and preferably towards a medical goal.
    Heh, that's pretty much what I've done. I'd suggest you PhD rather than MSc, it'll help more enter in research and it's more flexible than a MSc. Plus you'll probably finish with at least a couple of papers.

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