Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Reality, Sep 14, 2017.
Higher education. University professor and administrator.
I'm basically the Wally (from Dilbert) where I work
I'm an auditor for a state agency. Currently auditing entities/organizations that receive Medicaid funding. No travel required until next year
Yep. Teach Shakespeare frequently.
Janitor at my church...4 yrs part-time...13yrs full-time.
My lower back feels every inch of those years too.
maybe I should quit...pursue my work in the paranormal some how.
I’m a retired Marine who got into IT my last tour. Now I’m a DBA specializing on Oracle for big companies like PayPal, Schwab, H-E-B and others.
I drive a lumber truck throughout Southern New England, NY, and NJ.
Queue Engineer: as long as there are lines to be waited on, this lucrative and unique profession will be in demand. Basically wait in line for people like at Disney, Six Flags, airports...maybe the bank or post office - make a killing!
Gig requires patience. :/
This is not a general chit-chat thread so please limit posts to listing what you do for a living or serious questions for those who have already posted!
Multi-Brand Manufacturers Representative in Hardware Co-op Retail Channel
Captain for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Production Foreman for a oil company.
Currently QA subcontractor. Retired after 30 years as a QA team leader Also a QA Engineer aerospace
Retired from managing radio stations for 30 years, broadcast services to radio/TV for 10 and music licensing for 10. Started off in sales in the health/beauty aids, men's rags and was with Mattel as my second real job. Started off as a soda jerk at 15 and worked for 54 years. Can't say I liked any job better than not having one. Spent my life working to live and blaming my Dad for not being wealthy because I could have been a really good rich kid because I bought the beer most of the time.
I have asperger's and work for a non profit that provides employment opportunities and job training for people with intellectual disabilities.
I work as a janitor and landscaper
Am I correct in my belief that people with Asperger's tend to have at least one area in which they're rather proficient? Your writing skills are better than most I've seen here, and I never would've guessed that you have intellectual disabilities.
Thank you. While I don't have any special talents you are correct that some people with aspergers are very intelligent. I believe they are known as savants. While I'm somewhat good at writing if you meet me in person you would probably be able to tell I have a disabiliy.I often get nervous in social siutations.I also tend to ramble when I write .this post is a good example