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g6s

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I've been reading a ton of posts lately about people talking about where they work, but it hasn't been much of an open topic thus far. How many of you guys are employed? Where do you work? Give us the low-down on your money-spending... do you spend a lot of money on yo' fetish? I know I'm interested to finally know where some of y'all work, it at all.

(I work at Blockbuster by the way... and I make a crappy 10dollars/hour)
 

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I haven't seen ANY posts of where people work >__>...I'm unemployed...I'll probably find work for the summer though
 

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I work for a university as a grad assistant. It pays enough to survive, and nothing more really. I don't spend much on diapers at the moment, since I have a hard enough time paying off my credit card every month haha.

But, soon I will have a semi-real job. Sorry, don't want to say where, but at a major player in the computing industry (as a software engineer). Naturally the pay for this is a little nicer :).
 

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I work as an intake and finance specialist for a state-run Public Defender's office. I get to talk with crazies every day, hear awesome stories, go to jails, and reap badass state government benefits.

I can't complain.

As for my spending, I do a lot, a lot of saving. Outside of my bills, I give myself about fifty bucks a week to spend on books and maybe some other piddly little things, but other than that, I don't spend very much.
 

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Right now I am working for a family friend at his shop. I do a bit of everything there, work on the cars, sort through parts, etc.. He is a pro drag racer by trade, but he runs an auto body shop as well, which I work at 3 nights a week right now. When he races, I am a part of his PIT crew, and it is my job to make sure that we have everything we need for the race. I'm the organizer/ check list guy in other words. But I like it, it's fun, and I get to hang out on the sidelines of drag strips, and see the things fans don't. I love to hear the roar of the engine, and watch the smoke and fire blaze behind the car, as it rockets down the strip at over 200mph.

As you can tell, I am passionate about it, and enjoy it very much. Better yet, on race days where we finish top three, I get paid good, so I can afford to take some time off if I want, and do whatever. It is a good job, but I don't think I could do it as a career. It's too up and down, and very stressful at times.. What I really want to do for a living is cook, and I want to go into the Culinary arts to become a Chef. Much more relaxing, it pays very well, and the schooling isn't ridiculous either.. I am waiting until I can afford a car until I go into Culinary Art school though.. Right now, I am without one, which does suck monkeyballs.

I, like Rance, also save more than I spend. I don't really make a plan for how much I can spend, however I don't go on shopping frenzies, and so I don't spend much because of that.
 

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Me? I've never had a job. A lot of my friends have part-time employment, but I've never really seen the need to. My parents are pretty willing to give me cash when I need it, and I try to remain as frugal as I can-- for example, I didn't spend a single penny in the whole of March. :p

I suppose things might change if/when I move on to university, but I'm only going to look for a job if absolutely necessary. If I play my cards right, *hopefully* I can get enough cash from grants, loans and family to make it through at least the first year without having to divide my time between work and study. If this means I have to adopt a somewhat austere lifestyle, then I guess that's what I gotta do.
 

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What I really want to do for a living is cook, and I want to go into the Culinary arts to become a Chef. Much more relaxing
dude, you think being a cook would be RELAXING?!! these are obviously the words of someone who's never worked as a cook.

i've got a bunch of different jobs right now. i work in a cafe and i work at music shows and i work with mentally disabled people and i'm cowriting a travel guide. and as of this friday i'm also in a string band, but we don't get paid.

i think i've gotten up above $20 a month on diapers. i decided it's a stupid thing to be frugal with: they bring so much joy and contentment into my life that they're worth triple what i spend on them. i wear them whenever i have the time and privacy, which is usually at least a few times a week.
 
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I work as a personal carer. I've had a few people ask what that is so I'll put it down as easy as I can. When people get older sometimes they have trouble going to the toilet and taking showers and feeding themselves. I do that for these people. I'm the one changing adult diapers during the day and then going home and wearing them myself. sometimes when I change one of my clients I smile and think of what it will be like that night when mommy does that to me. :D

I guess during the day I become the carer (mommy) to all of these old people and then during the night I am the baby with my own mommy (carer) to look after me :D
 

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I currently work for the government :eek: In Aviation Licensing. It's not a bad job, but it's a little monotonous - I'm considering continuing study on my parents coin~
 
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What I really want to do for a living is cook, and I want to go into the Culinary arts to become a Chef. Much LESS STRESSFUL!
FIX'D!

What is Yob? I no have Yob? Me go to factory slave work now!

I don't have a job, and I have no real idea for the future. Good thread.
 

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I work for the Aditya Birla Group, but the company within the company that I work for is Aditya Birla Minacs, a leader among the top 100 outsourcing companies in the world! :p And there you have it...I work for an Indian based company. mwahahaha
 

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I work in a cinema ushering and on the refreshment stand. Debating going back to college, may just find another more reliable job. I couldn't support myself from the money I make from working at the cinema as the hours are pretty erratic. I worry about it alot. (I'm going to give myself a heart attack one of these days.)

I spend on average £6-10 a week, occasionally I'll treat myself and buy something a little more expensive like concert tickets. I save up but I'm not very consistent, at least I know I have far more than what most others my age have there account, my colleagues as an example blow all their money at the weekend or an expensive designer clothing. I rarely buy diapers.
 

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I run an online business, but I don't make too much. I never save, I'm terrible at saving. I buy what I need - I buy clothes a lot - I buy tons of makeup that I never use and lose - I buy stuff for my computer a lot.

I also work at a daycare all day - but I don't get paid with money for that, I get paid in school credits. :D
 

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(I work at Blockbuster by the way... and I make a crappy 10dollars/hour)
$10 an hour in an AC'ed environment more than likely, I'd say that's decent pay depending on where you live. If you are just a student or not even a student and still in High-school then thats excellent pay. Yeah you cannot live off that later in life but pretty good money for a low level job :D
 

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dude, you think being a cook would be RELAXING?!! these are obviously the words of someone who's never worked as a cook.

I said much more relaxing, as in comparison to being ona PIT crew.. Trust me, very few things are more stressful than professional sports, especially when hundreds of thousands of dollars are on the line.. I know cooking won't be relaxing exactly, but it will be a dream compared to what I do now as far as the stress level goes..
 

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I can't be too sure, Ayanna, but I think that a call-center that I used to work for worked directly with Minacs. I was a tech-support agent for Apple a few years back, and I believe there were Apple agents at Minacs. I could be thinking of an entirely different thing, but it just seemed familiar!

Either way, I give you a ton of props for working tech support -- I nearly lost my mind when I did it!
 

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I'm the Warehouse Manager at a company that sells long range communications equipment (think big radios and the stuff you see on the tall towers, wireless internet equipment, etc.) to customers world-wide.

We're a small company at the moment, but we grew 33% last year... and are on course to grow another 25-33% this year.

My pay isn't spectacular... but it's enough to get by on... and I've only been here 4 months... so I'll be getting raises soon. The two great things about the job are that I get paid salary... so on holidays like christmas, thanksgiving, july 4th, etc. I get paid to stay home... and I get free company medical & dental insurance... which is such a hard thing to find in the US today.
 

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I've worked in the Mechanical Drafting & Design field for the same gas & electric utility company ever since graduation from HS. Worked my way up from Drafter Trainee on the gas side to Senior Designer at a nuke power plant before being forced to take early retirement in late 2006. What have I been doing since? Got another Senior Designer job with an outside contractor, working at my old plant, out of my old cube, doing the same job, and getting more pay for doing it. Looks like the company's loss was my gain. Plus, I even have remote access to the company CADD system from home, so I don't need to commute everyday saving me even more money in gas.

A note about jobs. Sure, lots of jobs seem menial, aren't very glamourous, or don't pay high salaries. But, as long as a job is honest, decent, and something needed to be done you shouldn't look down on what you do and feel ashamed about it. Take pride in whatever job you're employed at, build up a good employment record, don't burn bridges by walking out with little/no notice, and it WILL work to your benefit down the road. Trust me!

~Pramrider
 
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