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Retired Army after 22 years, then I have been working as an Instructor/Trainer teaching some of the stuff I know onto the younger generation of Army leaders. I also work as an Adjunct professor of history at our local community college teaching the US History courses.
Retired Army after 22 years

The four years I was in was a giant headache, let alone 22. Too many stupid people for my tastes. Grats on that retirement!
I'm an Engagement Specialist. (Approx $17 per hour) It can be the easiest and most difficult job in the world, varying per day.

Before that I was...
A "Social Media Specialist" ($14.65 p/h)
An Engraver Tech (S14.25 p/h)
A Computer Support Specialist ($11 p/h)
A Stock Clerk ($8.50 p/h)
An overnight Stock Clerk ($9.50 p/h)
A McCook ($5.75 p/h)
A Web Community Manager (Unpaid)
I am a manager at an insurance adjusting firm... its 12 hrs a day 7 days a week plus travel, then off for a month or so each year.. Brutal, but it keeps my family fed.
That does sound brutal...
I am certain my job searches these forums. Lets just say I am the mastermind behind Mayhem.


I am a manager at an insurance adjusting firm... its 12 hrs a day 7 days a week plus travel, then off for a month or so each year.. Brutal, but it keeps my family fed.


So which is it? Norwegian black metal bands or insurance adjustment? (j/k... although I was starting to think you worked for Leo Burnett )
Was a Combat Medic for 4 years all the way up until this Monday. Now I'm a bum.


If what I read between the lines there... Thanks for your service.
Retired Army after 22 years, then I have been working as an Instructor/Trainer teaching some of the stuff I know onto the younger generation of Army leaders. I also work as an Adjunct professor of history at our local community college teaching the US History courses.


Again, Thanks to another uniformed service member.
When I 6 years old; many years ago, I decided that I wanted to be uniformed services. It was from that point on, I focused everything I could do to obtain that goal. I wanted to go either 82nd or 101st and them maybe progress into specialized. That goal was killed when I was 17 when I had a seizure at school...from then on out the military refused my applications. I was the first member in my familys history never to serve.

Instead, I went a differnt route and have been doing this grind for over 15 years. Started off working for Savannah; that was on par with Washington DC in terms of violence. It was fun, every waking moment while on duty, its was a new expirence. The kids came and I had to retreat to better schools and environment for them.

I now work for one of the largest countys in Georgia that at the time of my joining was considered the best in the state.

Getting close to 50, still ride the Crown Vic and wear the uniform...have been asked to go to CIU...but I dont want to go behind the lines. Like being out in front and leading the way, in a limited manner.

Long story short, I am County Police, but by far the most important job that I have is being a father to my two kids...damn little bloodsuckers; and they take after their evil !@# mother.
Me, I am ten years from retirement. Like my job too much to bring it up online.


once a stripper, always a stripper, i say! ;)


I've a friend who plays a druid who was a stripper, but he is married now and a lawyer. Trying to hide his past ...

I was never buff enough for that.

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That said, let me add my appreciation for those who have served in the military. Especially the medics.
I am an employee....at a company.

-V
I'm a network engineer for an ISP. It's good to own the core!
03/17/2013 01:37 PMPosted by Oolaki
I am certain my job searches these forums. Lets just say I am the mastermind behind Mayhem.


I am a manager at an insurance adjusting firm... its 12 hrs a day 7 days a week plus travel, then off for a month or so each year.. Brutal, but it keeps my family fed.


So which is it? Norwegian black metal bands or insurance adjustment? (j/k... although I was starting to think you worked for Leo Burnett )


It is the second one, the first one was an inside joke to myself lol. And not the band Mayhem, the muse Mayhem.
03/17/2013 02:17 PMPosted by Bobcat
Retired Army after 22 years, then I have been working as an Instructor/Trainer teaching some of the stuff I know onto the younger generation of Army leaders. I also work as an Adjunct professor of history at our local community college teaching the US History courses.


Again, Thanks to another uniformed service member.
Currently, IT Manager and sole support for a medical practice. Which explains about half of my bipolar mood swings.

The other half is just built-in and generally unavoidable.
Assembly line worker for General Motors
Distired = disabled and retired . Living in N. Calif. and on my private island in Sitka , Alaska.
- Full time graphic designer for last 4 years.
- After hours- Professional-emerging-artist (this is the term still used by most galleries, a few just
call me professional now)
- Tattoo artist when I can find the space to work. I was trained by a professional artist that was
trying to lure me while I was completing University.

That being said I have spent to much time in school: BAA (Visual Communications) and BFA-Studio Art. A masters and PHD (they exist now) would be nice....when I can swing the cash for it.

Other that than that about 8 years in oilfield construction/maintenance with a year of inspections also.
LEO in Texas.
LEO in Texas.


Walker, Texas Ranger doesn't always post on the forums, but when he does...

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