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Whats everyone do for work

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Guest DBraveHeartFan

I'm a Security Guard for Securitas Securities. I'm stationed at the local Halliburton plant.

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Guest thejenius429

i make music kinda like a producer but not so much i also am unemployed so thats what i do

 

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Guest leeb0y

Professional driver  :headbang

I'm that guy in the 18 wheeler all drivers love to hate.

(If you bought it, a truck brought it) :lmao2

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Guest SchizoMoose

Army Infantry. Been in the military going on 6 years. Love what I do and looking forward to doing it a little longer.

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Guest Dialtone

Police Dispatcher / 911 Operator for the past 13 years.

Wedding DJ on the weekends

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Guest killamike7286

I work in the IT industry - have been for 7 years now.  Currently I work for a consulting company as the Internal Systems Administrator\Engineer.

 

My life is computers, I know a complete nerd, but that is ok still find time for my kids and my Xbox!  :bananarock

  hey there is nothing wrong knowing your S**t about computers i rly never got a job like that but i do know a lot about computers and i think that it is a awsome thing but im sure i dont know it all.  To all Dad's Keep Up The Good Work Make That $$$$$$$$$$$$

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Guest strasburgkilla

I work for trinada bean so most likely if u eat beans or rice i send to all the stores u buy it from !

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Guest jellowiggler

I have been in small network design, server and IT support for 12 years now.

 

I am a pro geek like huddled terror!

 

 

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I run the southern Ohio locations for a medical supply company. We primarily supply hospice patients. Lots of long hours but it's a good feeling to ease patients and families' end of life transition so it's definitely worth it.

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