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
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.