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    I drive a forklift.

    I wanna make coffee. Soooooooooon.

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    Architecture. With a capital A. :-)
    Mostly residential...this Primal thing is another inspiration to make what FLlWright called organic architecture --connecting people to nature while minimizing the carbon footprint.

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    Driver of the spirit of capitalism in allocating resources (moneys) where they are most efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annieh View Post
    Teach piano (and flute and keyboard) from my home. Part time. I don't really have to earn a living, my dh does that. I do this to pass on what I received and to fund my own continued music lessons etc.
    Awesome. I totally admire this. I want to be able to do this when I am married/have kids/stay at home/retired

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    Knowledge Manager. My team includes recordkeeping, library, and even a little film crew (to record that knowledge on video).

    Most of my working life in IT. Cisco wrangler for those other geeks.

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    I am a scientist - study the immune system and autoimmune diseases.

    It is a horrible time to be a scientist in the US. All your time is spent writing grants instead of doing science and there are very, very few jobs to be found.
    Using low lectin/nightshade free primal to control autoimmune arthritis. (And lost 50 lbs along the way )

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    I designed electronics for a networking company for nineteen years. Now I slackline and do chores around my house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post

    It is a horrible time to be a scientist in the US. All your time is spent writing grants instead of doing science and there are very, very few jobs to be found.
    I hear you--my dad was a research biochemist, great guns in the 70's, but the grant machine got ugly by the 90's/y2k. What happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    Awesome. I totally admire this. I want to be able to do this when I am married/have kids/stay at home/retired
    Hey thanks, Sakura.

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    Trainee lawyer. The traineeship lasts two years after which we sit the bar exams. For now I have to work as a general practitioner, which is very formative but definitely not what I want to do. I'm more interested in energy law, banking law and sports arbitration.

    Any other lawyers about? I notice I have never met an american lawyer who enjoys his job, whereas europeans generally do. Is there any reason for that or do I just attract grumpy people?

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