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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Jsteez, Jun 3, 2015.
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Logistics manager at polish post.
System Controller for the San Francisco airport international Terminal.
RN Unit Manager on a cardiopulmonary rehab unit.
I manage 60 patients, 8 nurses' aides, 3 LPNs, and another RN that works below me. I also deal with all of the families, doctors, other department heads, and my own boss. Oh...and I'm also responsible for managing problems on the evening and overnight shift, to boot.
This is the reason why I'm a beer advocate.
Retired Marine who now works for the Department of Defense managing a team that oversees defense contractors to assess their manufacturing ability and provide in-plant oversight on high risk contracts. It allows me to feel like I am still contributing even tho' I am no longer in uniform.
Municipal Water & Sewer Laborer for a small city in the 603! I'm #1 in the #2 business! Haha Someone has to do these SHITTY jobs. Awesome benefits though.....
Used to be a cog in the middle management of big box retail machine, don't miss that at all. Feel bad for all those that still work in places like that.
To me money should never be the only thing that drives happiness.
I work at a 3,000 cap music venue. Also, just got a second job at Best Buy until I can make the venue a full time job.
Regional manager for Advocate Health Care. Specifically I work in Sleep medicine.
High school chem teacher, no my name is not Walt.
Haha. Not a nurse but fellow hospital worker here. Transport/EKG Tech. Hoping to maybe move on to bigger things soon.
Cheers mailman. I got the same gig
I got you. I'm a great "stick" when it comes to IVs.
I also did that, during the Depression, from '08-'12. Newspapers (college,high school, small town weekly, etc.), brochures, event programs,menus, etc. . We had c. 1975 community presses.
I could see the writing on the wall, from the beginning. Most of the audience is/was the pre-computer generations. New EQ was constantly being added to the parent company, while we got their newer hand-me-downs . Lower priced competitors, with much poorer quality constantly jumped in. Despite some asbolutely crappy work, some customers would settle for it, because of the slightly lower cost. When my other job could become full-time, I took it. They closed it last August, moved some of the work to other sites. I don't miss it. (much)
One of the few beer snobs in the Army, that ive come across at least!
That title over <there says that you're an Aficionado, not a "snob". ; )
Lavatory repair technician and waste elimination via polyvinyl chloride engineer.
I am a Certified Orthotic Fitter and I work in a Orthopedic office with my older sister and brother. It is a a family business and it allows me to have fairly flexible hours. Good thing going right now.
College student, soon to be supply chain consultant.
Awesome! That's how you sneak out for the diner lunches in Conway so much!
Retired Chicago Police Officer. But keep myself busy with many small part time jobs. Deliver auto parts for CARQUEST, Assist instructors with a motorcycle safety course, work Chicagoland Motor Speedway when NASCAR is in town.
I thought about going to school for this when I was in high school. Such an awesome career.
I'm currently a Physics major at Purdue University with an interest in studying some of the various theoretical facets of particle physics and/or astrophysics, while I've considered switching over to Aerospace with a focus in developmental astronautics and spacecraft propulsion design. I'm also very interested in nanotechnology.
I have a passion for filmmaking as well, so that may or may not come to fruition at some point in my life.
Not sure what I want to do yet, I'm just a free spirit.
@nick0417 I actively enjoy what I do for a living (I work as a craft beer/fine wine/spirits rep for a locally owned distributor) but there are some days where you drag the bag and there are some days where it drags you. People see me working/presenting at events and they are like "I want your job" but most of the time they are only seeing the 'glamorous' side of what I do, not that I am at my computer right now at 10:15 at night because I have a couple of reports that I absolutely have to get done tonight, and I finished work at 7 (left the house at 8) and went to the gym to try to burn off some of my sins from this weekend. It's definitely not a 9 to 5, but I can't imagine doing anything else. I love my job.
CPA here, stressful time of the year right now has me enjoying more quality brews than normal on the weekends
I thank Mr. Gezich, my Chemistry teacher as I utilize the real gas law everyday.
Local 465 high voltage power lineman
I'm a full-time student at the University of New Brunswick studying Microbiology (I'm particularly interesting in Yeast)
Sales. IT. Servers, computers etc. Exciting right??
Update: part time security guard at a bank, part time personal trainer, part time martial arts instructor, and part time group exercise instructor.
I run the "Special Investigations" division of the company I work for. Think of me as Liam Neeson in Taken, without the ability to walk away consequence free after murdering 30+ people........I will find you though!
Trophy husband. I'm the stay-at-home for my three kids while my wife makes it rain. Formerly a wetlands and fisheries biologist. Who knows what the future holds?...
Medical Technologist for UPMC and ANG Medic
Director of Advertising & Marketing
I have the same exact job. 65 bed unit, 13 RNs, 5 CNAs on an Oncology unit.
10 years as a chef. Beer wraps up the rough days
My father did 25 yrs. Stressful job, here's to ya!
I work with the local radio station, as a dj.
Manager of Talent for a small (45 employees) IT consulting company. We do mostly enterprise web solutions. I'm responsible for hiring and making sure we have programs and systems in place to help people be successful and keep them happy. I absolutely love it... We focus on freedom and responsibility. Hire really good people and give them everything they need to be successful. Besides that, trust they are adults and will get their work done until they give you a reason not to trust them. That includes the freedom to have beers in the office. That makes me happy.
Electronic Technician for a company that focuses on microwave technologies.
Electronics Technicin in the Navy for exactly one more week of work, then I go on leave to use up my leave days and retire at the end of May.
Currently looking for employment in the Houston area. It's a little dry here.