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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
what do you work as?
do you like it (haha)
is it what you thought you'd be doing / how did you end up there? if you ahve a degree is your job in that field?
how long have you been there? how much longer do you hope to be there (lol)
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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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I am director of new talent for porn hub
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little_green
mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
wow now i feel even worse. I graduated almost 5 years ago and am certainly not a director of any company ... i'm barely the director of my own bloody life!
Mates,it's the Internet,you can be anything.I work part-time for the CIA,sorry C&A :D
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JohnCrichton
I work for Sky dealing with phone/broadband installation delays. Christmas Eve I was told by five different people that I ruined Christmas, good times eh?

Should of told them Christmas is a time to be round family not in front of a TV
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After a lifetime of stress working as a logistics controller / planner in the automotive industry I got to work one morning and opened a particularly snotty e mail from a colleague and replied copying everyone telling them where to shove their office politics and walked out and never looked back.
After a few months of struggling to survive I took a job in a local firm that was extremely hard physical work and poorly paid but it involved a bit of quality inspection work that eventually led me into my present job as a quality inspector in a aerospace firm, I'm earning a lot more than I ever did in the automotive sector with a fraction of the stress and a good work / life balance of working 4 on 4 off with plenty of holidays.
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I'm retired. Have a degree, was a teacher and in charge of a year group and subject leader and a member of leadership team. Loved the teaching, hated the paperwork and government interference. Had a breakdown. Now volunteer in a charity shop, look after elderly mother and neighbour, play tennis and take my happy pills. X)

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Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
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mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)

Maaaan, I tried so hard to find an error X)

Edit:

Absolutely love my job but ^^^ a lot of work!

Maybe it needed something in there ^^^? X)


Edited By: deeky on Jan 07, 2017 22:48
1 Like #3
deeky
mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
Maaaan, I tried so hard to find an error X)
He missed a full stop,before the smiley...........Just saying !!
#4
WheresMeNuts
deeky
mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
Maaaan, I tried so hard to find an error X)
He missed a full stop,before the smiley...........Just saying !!

Wasn't sure on that. It always looks a bit odd when you put the smiley after something X)
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mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
wow now i feel even worse. I graduated almost 5 years ago and am certainly not a director of any company ... i'm barely the director of my own bloody life!
9 Likes #6
little_green
mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
wow now i feel even worse. I graduated almost 5 years ago and am certainly not a director of any company ... i'm barely the director of my own bloody life!
Mates,it's the Internet,you can be anything.I work part-time for the CIA,sorry C&A :D
1 Like #7
I work in Asda and hate it lol. Also got a YouTube channel I make a few quid from.
#8
Toon_army
I work in Asda and hate it lol. Also got a YouTube channel I make a few quid from.

You sharing?
1 Like #9
WheresMeNuts
little_green
mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
wow now i feel even worse. I graduated almost 5 years ago and am certainly not a director of any company ... i'm barely the director of my own bloody life!
Mates,it's the Internet,you can be anything.I work part-time for the CIA,sorry C&A :D


didn't know c&a were still trading.
#10
WheresMeNuts
little_green
mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
wow now i feel even worse. I graduated almost 5 years ago and am certainly not a director of any company ... i'm barely the director of my own bloody life!
Mates,it's the Internet,you can be anything.I work part-time for the CIA,sorry C&A :D
haha oh yeah never thought of that ;)

Toon_army
I work in Asda and hate it lol. Also got a YouTube channel I make a few quid from.
i worked in asda while studying, wasnt that bad. what department are you in? I miss my discount card lol
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I work in an office. It's ****. (_;)
#12
Linux Operations Engineer working for a website based in London, love my job but it's not what my degree is in (Chem Eng). Currently recruiting for my team so if you've got a strong Linux / Devops background let me know :)
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Toon_army
I work in Asda and hate it lol. Also got a YouTube channel I make a few quid from.


your not that mad geordi who rants about football :D
2 Likes #14
Was a senior manager in a comprehensive. Now working in special needs for a local authority. Degree in Biology but lots of education in SEN after.
#15
i'm trying to guage a consensus of how many people like their jobs & how many people put up with it haha
#16
I'm a Fibre Optic Cabler, never thought be pulling cables for living
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ashmac
Toon_army
I work in Asda and hate it lol. Also got a YouTube channel I make a few quid from.
your not that mad geordi who rants about football :D

No lol, I've not came across him either!
I just show people how to add stuff on Kodi or install it... Since my channels got a few subs companys have been in touch sending me loads of products out to review. Just got a portable projector to review which I'm in the middle of doing now lol.
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fisco2001
I'm a Fibre Optic Cabler, never thought be pulling cables for living
oooh that sounds cool! I mean we would have (super fast) internet if it wasnt for you ;)
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little_green
fisco2001
I'm a Fibre Optic Cabler, never thought be pulling cables for living
oooh that sounds cool! I mean we would have (super fast) internet if it wasnt for you ;)


Yeh true il try work bit faster too speed things up lol
3 Likes #20
I work at teaching assistant in school love it, always wanted to be a teacher but never got chance to go to university. But I'm glad I'm not teacher too much pressure. I love my job no pressure and no baggage. Works perfect with my family life have all holidays with kids off.
#21
No degrees here, love my life, my business keeps me free from having to go work and I enjoy what I do. Apart from those weeks where things seem non stop, you get some grand brakes too. Plus, I never need to listen to an alarm clock again!
2 Likes #22
I work for Sky dealing with phone/broadband installation delays. Christmas Eve I was told by five different people that I ruined Christmas, good times eh?
9 Likes #23
JohnCrichton
I work for Sky dealing with phone/broadband installation delays. Christmas Eve I was told by five different people that I ruined Christmas, good times eh?

Should of told them Christmas is a time to be round family not in front of a TV
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everypennycounts
I work at teaching assistant in school love it, always wanted to be a teacher but never got chance to go to university. But I'm glad I'm not teacher too much pressure. I love my job no pressure and no baggage. Works perfect with my family life have all holidays with kids off.
primary or secondary?
my plan had been to go into teaching but for various reason that didnt happen. i did a teaching placement during uni which i enjoyed though bu tthen years past & i was in another profession, then i thought of applying for pgde but a job came up as a classroom assistant & i applied to get expereince. I hated it. admittedly i wanted to be a science teacher but i was placed as classroom assistant in music & art (i have no skill in either!). was kids age 11-17. it was "mental" .... one day an 11 y/o girl squared up to the teacher & had to be physically carried out the class by the resident police officer.

i have since lost faith in the education system. If parents knew what went on in many classes I dont think they would be too happy.... just sayin'
#25
JohnCrichton
I work for Sky dealing with phone/broadband installation delays. Christmas Eve I was told by five different people that I ruined Christmas, good times eh?
haha you need to start saying after a job well done "sky's the limit! XD .... sorry probably been cracked loads
#26
Why do you want to know op?
1 Like #27
A photographer! Love my job too. ;)
1 Like #28
deeky
WheresMeNuts
deeky
mrimac94
Director of English provision for a rapidly expanding academy chain. Absolutely love my job but a lot of work! Didn't think I'd end up doing this.. especially after only leaving University 4 years ago! Wouldn't change it for the world though :)
Maaaan, I tried so hard to find an error X)
He missed a full stop,before the smiley...........Just saying !!
Wasn't sure on that. It always looks a bit odd when you put the smiley after something X)

Also should have been:

I didn't think I'd end up doing this.
1 Like #29
little_green
everypennycounts
I work at teaching assistant in school love it, always wanted to be a teacher but never got chance to go to university. But I'm glad I'm not teacher too much pressure. I love my job no pressure and no baggage. Works perfect with my family life have all holidays with kids off.
primary or secondary?
my plan had been to go into teaching but for various reason that didnt happen. i did a teaching placement during uni which i enjoyed though bu tthen years past & i was in another profession, then i thought of applying for pgde but a job came up as a classroom assistant & i applied to get expereince. I hated it. admittedly i wanted to be a science teacher but i was placed as classroom assistant in music & art (i have no skill in either!). was kids age 11-17. it was "mental" .... one day an 11 y/o girl squared up to the teacher & had to be physically carried out the class by the resident police officer.
i have since lost faith in the education system. If parents knew what went on in many classes I dont think they would be too happy.... just sayin'
I was a secondary science teacher for many years. I think the behaviour of the kids varies from teacher to teacher and school to school. I didn't have a lot of problems with behaviour..



Edited By: Susannah on Jan 07, 2017 23:28
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Kyballion
No degrees here, love my life, my business keeps me free from having to go work and I enjoy what I do. Apart from those weeks where things seem non stop, you get some grand brakes too. Plus, I never need to listen to an alarm clock again!
Yeah, you need good brakes on a paper round
9 Likes #31
After a lifetime of stress working as a logistics controller / planner in the automotive industry I got to work one morning and opened a particularly snotty e mail from a colleague and replied copying everyone telling them where to shove their office politics and walked out and never looked back.
After a few months of struggling to survive I took a job in a local firm that was extremely hard physical work and poorly paid but it involved a bit of quality inspection work that eventually led me into my present job as a quality inspector in a aerospace firm, I'm earning a lot more than I ever did in the automotive sector with a fraction of the stress and a good work / life balance of working 4 on 4 off with plenty of holidays.
#32
little_green
everypennycounts
I work at teaching assistant in school love it, always wanted to be a teacher but never got chance to go to university. But I'm glad I'm not teacher too much pressure. I love my job no pressure and no baggage. Works perfect with my family life have all holidays with kids off.
primary or secondary?
my plan had been to go into teaching but for various reason that didnt happen. i did a teaching placement during uni which i enjoyed though bu tthen years past & i was in another profession, then i thought of applying for pgde but a job came up as a classroom assistant & i applied to get expereince. I hated it. admittedly i wanted to be a science teacher but i was placed as classroom assistant in music & art (i have no skill in either!). was kids age 11-17. it was "mental" .... one day an 11 y/o girl squared up to the teacher & had to be physically carried out the class by the resident police officer.

i have since lost faith in the education system. If parents knew what went on in many classes I dont think they would be too happy.... just sayin'


I work in primary year 2 love it. But my sis works for a council house dominated high school and she had loads of problems with kids and their attitudes.
1 Like #33
mutley1
Why do you want to know op?
interest I guess. Also I feel like i'm just in a big ocean & have no idea where i am in life, where i'm going. guess it would be nice to know i'm not the only one haha
1 Like #34
Me... data centre operator. Long, awkward hours... not enough sleep. That's about it.
#35
Project Manager, delivering base station upgrades and stuff (new towers etc) for mobile operators and blue light services.
#36
robthetog
A photographer! Love my job too. ;)

My husband is studying for a photography degree. He wonders how easy work is to find and wondered whether being self employed is the better option.
#37
Susannah
robthetog
A photographer! Love my job too. ;)

My husband is studying for a photography degree. He wonders how easy work is to find and wondered whether being self employed is the better option.


It depends on what type of photography he's going into. I photograph Newborns & family. People never stop having babies, which is fab for me. :D

I love being self employed, but it's a worry at first where your next wages are going to come from.
#38
little_green
mutley1
Why do you want to know op?
interest I guess. Also I feel like i'm just in a big ocean & have no idea where i am in life, where i'm going. guess it would be nice to know i'm not the only one haha

Ok. You go first then i will answer. Go.
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mutley1
little_green
mutley1
Why do you want to know op?
interest I guess. Also I feel like i'm just in a big ocean & have no idea where i am in life, where i'm going. guess it would be nice to know i'm not the only one haha
Ok. You go first then i will answer. Go.

muttles, we all know what you do... you're a professional!
#40
airfix
Kyballion
No degrees here, love my life, my business keeps me free from having to go work and I enjoy what I do. Apart from those weeks where things seem non stop, you get some grand brakes too. Plus, I never need to listen to an alarm clock again!
Yeah, you need good brakes on a paper round


Papers must have evolved since I last done one :D you guys seem to have it all

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