[Powderworks] Workers Jobs - definitely NMOC
jhbond at nc.rr.com
Thu Oct 30 18:48:16 MST 2003
I received a BS and MS in mechanical engineering. Worked 14 years as an equipment and structural consultant in engineering analysis, then 4 years for a power company in modification engineering design and regulatory projects, then 4+ years for a small startup specializing in high-tech filtration doing some design but mostly writing proposal/grant requests, and now the last 3-1/2 years with an engineering application software company doing Tech Support and Training. Unlike Trug, this is the best and most fun (and hardest) job I've ever had, and I still learn new stuff every day.
And . . . I've been listening to a lot of King Crimson-related stuff lately.
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Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 5:42 PM
Subject: [Powderworks] Workers Jobs
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?
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