[Powderworks] Workers Jobs
g_j_norris at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 3 21:46:08 MST 2003
I currently work as a Gas Pipeline Technician for a large American Company
in Queensland, Australia
Before that i spent 20 years working at Queensland's largest power station
as a control system Technician
I spent a summer as a lifeguard at the local beach....great job , good eye
candy but boring as hell, money was pretty ordinary as well
Best job ever was while i was at school i pumped petrol and got to wash
toyota's long before i had a licence......... pretty much sparked my
interest in Cars
Future plans..... looking forward to retirement at 55 and doing what i like,
when i like......athough that is still 14 years to go........... but at
least i have a plan
>From: Barb BBQ <barbsbbq at yahoo.com.au>
>To: Truganini <truganini at ntlworld.com>, Powderworks
><powderworks at cs.colorado.edu>
>Subject: Re: [Powderworks] Workers Jobs
>Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 11:11:16 +1100 (EST)
>I am a Mum (which I love!), and I also work part time
>at an exclusive girls school as a Library Technician,
>which is just a job, and not really what I want to be
>I am working towards a career in Art - Teaching,
>Freelance Design, starting my own business (which is
> --- Truganini <truganini at ntlworld.com> wrote: > Hi
> > All these Astrophysicist mails got me to thinking
> > about the different jobs
> > we are holding down and also the jobs we aspire to .
> > . . .
> > I am currently working for a large faceless
> > investment bank (and not
> > enjoying it very much) meddling with computers. Its
> > quite a big change from
> > the plumbing I was doing for 12 years.
> > If I could have any job in the world I would be a
> > race car driver, not for
> > the glamour or the girls but because it is such fun
> > mixing it up at high
> > speed on the track and I would love to give high
> > speed rides to disabled /
> > less fortunate children, it would be such a buzz to
> > see their infectious
> > grins afterwards (hopefully they wouldn't be
> > traumatised by it!).
> > I have also filleted fish for a living, worked in
> > restaurant kitchens, been
> > a service manager, cleaned up rubbish on building
> > sites, made tubular steel
> > furniture, done a couple of stints in retail and am
> > currently investigating
> > working for a company that make some very opulent
> > and fast speedboats.
> > Any one else feel like 'fessing up?
> > Trug
> > Nothing's as precious as a hole in the ground.
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