What do you do for a living?

ArBiTeR1400

Jr Member
I did do a bit retail selling antiques stuff 5ish of years ago, my main responsibility was online advertisement & selling, had to quit after a year because of a real nasty boss which I'm surprise they're still in business.
Not long after, a bit of graphic designs for businesses designing logos & other multimedia advertisement.
Personally been struggling for employment ever since so I hope I do get somewhere soon.
 

Brosten

New Member
I started out in NDI in the air Force. Maintenance for the win.
Go Air Force!
Originally joined up to become a F-16 weapons specialist, so close enough to maintenance :-D

Buuut that air base was to far away, so now I'm in Airspace surveillance and battle management.
Pretty much the furthest from maintenance. The most physical demanding is lifting a full coffee mug. :lol:
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(press release photo, but that is us.)
 

ArBiTeR1400

Jr Member
Go Air Force!
Originally joined up to become a F-16 weapons specialist, so close enough to maintenance :-D

Buuut that air base was to far away, so now I'm in Airspace surveillance and battle management.
Pretty much the furthest from maintenance. The most physical demanding is lifting a full coffee mug. :lol:
I have to say, had anyone called for air support & did you reply "sorry, you need 25 more kills for that" as a joke, might get a talken to from your CO but can't pass up a good laugh. :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
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RandomRanger

Armory Assistant
Community Staff
Having recently graduated from the academy, I spend all day using my hands to cast enchantments onto machines using increasingly complex spells, bending its components to perform my will in exchange for coin. My work cannot be seen, heard, felt, taste, or etc., but the effects my wizardry has on the physical plane are quite real.

I'm a software engineer.
 
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MDBDesigns

Member
I am recent graduate from MSUDenver with a BS in Industrial Design.
I currently work at a "maker space" where we help customers design and build their own pieces (primarily focusing on live edge slabs and resin rivers)
I'm hoping to eventually move into something a bit more challenging, wanting to start producing my own line of furniture at some point. Although props and costuming have recently become a bigger part of my life and I'd be just as happy pursuing that too.
 

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