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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by Muslady on Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:22 am

Love this thread! Although I don't post much, I spend way too much time here!

I'm an orchestra teacher with a M.M. in Viola performance from Northwestern. I played professionally until I had my children. I have a daughter 28 in Austin, a son 26 in Chicago, and my husband is a farmer.

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by deedreamer on Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:26 am

wow I love our list of "frustrated housewifves" as RS calls us. We need to send this thread to him.

I only have college education so not a lot of credentials there but am "life" trained and am a children's book author and poet, website designer, graphic designer and my official employment is as the office administrator and book publishing manager for a world renown doctor of Medical Hypnotherapy. Dr. Edgar A. Barnett who has written the books, "Unlock Your Mind and Be Free" "Analytical Hypnotherapy Principles and Practice" and "RRP the Rapid Reintegration Procedure"

My latest graphic achievment is to design the logo and performance posters for the Kingston Chamber Ensemble in Kingston Ontario Canada.

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by KK4 on Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:09 pm

I am the Image Management Center Coordinator for a Level One Trauma Center Radiology Dept. This means that I verify images taken transfer to programs correctly so that the Radiologists can interpret them in a timely manner.

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by mnmhughes on Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:12 pm

@deedreamer wrote:wow I love our list of "frustrated housewifves" as RS calls us. We need to send this thread to him.

I only have college education so not a lot of credentials there but am "life" trained and am a children's book author and poet, website designer, graphic designer and my official employment is as the office administrator and book publishing manager for a world renown doctor of Medical Hypnotherapy. Dr. Edgar A. Barnett who has written the books, "Unlock Your Mind and Be Free" "Analytical Hypnotherapy Principles and Practice" and "RRP the Rapid Reintegration Procedure"

My latest graphic achievment is to design the logo and performance posters for the Kingston Chamber Ensemble in Kingston Ontario Canada.

No kidding! Every single one of us is more talented and educated than he is. Hugesmile

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by KK4 on Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:35 pm

@mnmhughes wrote:
@deedreamer wrote:wow I love our list of "frustrated housewifves" as RS calls us. We need to send this thread to him.

I only have college education so not a lot of credentials there but am "life" trained and am a children's book author and poet, website designer, graphic designer and my official employment is as the office administrator and book publishing manager for a world renown doctor of Medical Hypnotherapy. Dr. Edgar A. Barnett who has written the books, "Unlock Your Mind and Be Free" "Analytical Hypnotherapy Principles and Practice" and "RRP the Rapid Reintegration Procedure"

My latest graphic achievment is to design the logo and performance posters for the Kingston Chamber Ensemble in Kingston Ontario Canada.

No kidding! Every single one of us is more talented and educated than he is. Hugesmile
Agreed, it should be sent to him!

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by stuckinsc on Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:48 am

@officeRules wrote:I work as a teacher for the Deaf, and teach in elementary school. I use ASL to teach English and reading and writing, as well as the entirety of our Province's curriculum. Its not always an easy job, but it was my dream job.
I have a BA in English literature, BA in education as well as Deaf Education Specialist degree.

Not easy to do, as I am Deaf myself. :)

Love posting with you guys, and look forward to reading more.

Wow, I tried to register for ASL when I was an undergraduate at UT, but the classes filled so quickly I could never get in. I would still love to learn ASL. I admire all who teach children, it is so hard to do and something I would not have the patience for. So bless all of you school teachers, I really think you have the hardest job out there!

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Post by stuckinsc on Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:50 am

@gardenmama wrote:
@nikikass wrote:Okay I have now come to terms with "I'm just lazy"...laugh out loud

You guys are all so brilliant.... all such interesting careers..

I had to make it sound more interesting than " I sit in front of the computer all day reading these boards" (which is more the truth these days) giggling

Gardenmama, can I PM you for help with growing tomatoes? I have a black thumb and that combined with the lovely red clay of GA/SC, mine barely grow each year. And I love tomatoes.

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by CarrieA on Sat Jul 07, 2012 11:58 am

Updated:
Senior in college (Oakland University) currently studying psychology, pursuing a masters in counseling. Will graduate this year with my BA in psychology then onto grad school for a masters in counseling.

During the summer I work full time as a daycare teacher in the older and younger toddler rooms- I also substitute in the infant rooms when needed. I continue to work part time during the school year.

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by Dr_Hottie on Sat Jul 14, 2012 3:40 pm

Wow, just found this thread. It's so cool to see beyond the avi's into what people do in their "real" lives--though at this point in the season, I feel like this has become my life.

I started out in International Studies (BA) b/c I wanted to go into the foreign service. Then I moved to CO to get an MA in the same and realized I couldn't leave. I ended up going back (several years later) for an MS in Communications and realized that my true calling was teaching/coaching.

I entered a doctoral program in Communications and have been a professor ever since (my specialties are strategic communication, political campaigns and social media). I'm kind of so-so about research because I feel like much of what we're expected to do isn't applicable to the real world, but I love teaching and feel excited about it every day.

I also have a huge entrepreneurial spirit that I'm afraid to let loose. If I did, I think I'd like to become a life coach. Let's just say my path has never been a straight one and probably still holds a curve or two.

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by Mustang19 on Mon Jul 30, 2012 9:41 pm

I'm really impressed by everyone's educations and professions. This was fun to read.

I'm 49, divorced with two boys and one grandson whom I adore!

I started out as a registered dental assistant for 6 years, then as an oral surgery assistant for 10 years, then a self-employed transcriptionist (still current) and finally a hospital coder for the last 7 years.

Interests are hockey, traveling, scrapbooking and gardening. Hugesmile

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by jello1592 on Tue Jul 31, 2012 4:30 pm

I am so incredibly impressed with every single poster! I am also surprised with how many members we have here who studied/studying psychology (I am one) My interests include I/O Psychology and I am currently looking into graduate programs.

You all amaze me!

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Re: What do you do for a living?

Post by SparklePlenty on Thu Mar 07, 2013 2:21 pm

I am a retired computer programmer and a part-time nanny to my 5 year old great grandson.

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