I sell shrimp out of a van (Ron White reference)
Blue collar I guess, random crap jobs working paycheck to paycheck.
Also, moving to Fun Stuff.
White Collar - Office type job
Blue Collar - Manual labor type job
Sales - Retail or otherwise
Bum - Unemployed / looking for work / living in moms basement
living at home, unemployed but studying... Getting money from government to study so i guess that counts as work \o/
Hmmm, let's see.
I work 2-3hrs a week. I make more in a month than most college graduates in a year.
What do I do?
Let's just say I "play" the RL "AH".
Groudy -- The Simon Cowell of Transmog Threads -- "That looks like an utter travesty. You should be ashamed of yourself"
Disability benefits due to social phobia & agoraphobia(caused by the social phobia..) coupled with psychotic depression.
Close your eyes and smile.
[15:53] <PizzaSHARK> you have such a cute accent! ^_^
None of the above, I'm retired
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Currently a Lifeguard during the summer, college freshmen by fall, studying computer science
All in all Microsoft is a decent company to work for, as long as you can avoid the politics, and don't have a terrible manager/director.
I think a Freshman in High School classifies as "Bum"
Right now I am an EMT. Studying to become firefighter/paramedic. (Have the firefighter skills to apply, just sooooooooo freaking competitive.)
And take this with you: http://www.archaeology.ws/degrees.html
Also on topic; I work as a translator while I'm trying to establish a career in tattooing.
Some people here have pretty interesting jobs.
White collar here, even though I've never worn a collared shirt to work. Further details of what I do are probably covered by the NDA clause of my contract. Not that I've ever read the small print, but I like to play it safe =P
Where is the Self Employed option ?
That requires me to sometime be a bum, sometimes be a blue collar, sometimes a white collar, and allways a sales.
Every year, on average, 40 Europeans die in terrorist attacks. When you compare the policies and billions plown down into this number, you quickly discover that we should not be spending billions to fight terrorism, but to fight bathtubs. Over five times as many people drown in bathtubs every year.
Senior Marketing Manager in a hospital. So white collar one.
Due to job market crisis past two years were quite tough for a marketing guy like me. Took any part time job I had a chance (from visual design to writing marketing strategies for companies as well as dull office paperwork and mailing tasks). Year ago I came to this hospital, statistics dept. Completely unrelated to my work experience and education.
But recently I was offered a position of a SMM. New tasks, new opportunities. And finally I can do what I know and what I like. Last two years I was all 3 at once, blue collar, sales and bum. Now back on white track.