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    Lesser Hivemind Node squareking's Avatar
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    What do you do for a living?

    Posting from my phone (at work, ironically), so I'll keep this short. What do you do to make money to buy your interactive entertainment monitor programs?
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    IT Engineer.

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    Editor, Director, Comedy Game Show Host, DIT, Video Engineer, Acting Coach (improv), and soon-ish Game Developer.

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    plastering mostly, sometimes we have to put boards up, or if we are feeling really adventurous, shift furniture for people! :O

    as you can tell its incredibly exciting, no wait, mind-numbingly boring is what I meant.

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    I'm a filthy dole-bludger student wanker. Studying music. I have had jobs though, most notably IBM (computer monkey), Burger King (burger monkey) and Activision (Tony Hawks monkey) amongst many brain deadening others.

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    Student, doing 3D Animation degree which I have a feeling that I won't any 3d work when I get out of uni...

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    Recent Pharm.D/MBA grad doing some part-time analyst work from home while I wait for my application to the uniformed health services to be processed.

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    Making the Internet (which makes money)
    Painting (which doesn't)

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    Software support for a tiny, post-startup company that is pretty much a monopoly in its field (which doesn't make me that much money, but makes them a small fortune).

    Some kind of PR stuff for these people (with whom I've been in various capacities for six years now, welp), which does not make any at all.
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    Multinational man of misery.

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    Fulltime Indie game developer :D
    if you like manga, RPG and dating sims, check my indie computer games

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    I make some ok money as an engineer / designer. Mostly 3D modeling with a whole bunch of software (Unigraphics, Solid Edge, Solid Works, Pro Engineer, ME10, Autocad etc.). The last couple of years I've been working on parts for the new generations chip-developing machines, a worthy goal for it leads to smaller, faster and hopefully better CPU's/GPU's/Memory banks.
    Mijn Uitlaatklep - My (Dutch) blog about games, music and more

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    Secondary Hivemind Nexus Vexing Vision's Avatar
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    Publishing and supporting games in one form or another for way too long.
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    Playing games with each other makes for the best business contacts, so feel free to add me on LinkedIn.
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    Secondary Hivemind Nexus Ian's Avatar
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    Software developer for a small company. It's very boring.
    A brave heart and a courteous tongue. They shall carry thee far through the jungle, manling.

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    Product/graphic designer (or better described as a Jack of all design trades). Mostly working on advertising stuff.

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    Electrical Engineer, Designing Buildings with Architects and other Engineers, Schools, Hospitals, Libraries, Prisons, Brewerys :D
    Why are you wearing that stupid human suit?

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    I build lasers that are used for scientific equipment, and stuff. Working in a clean room without windows has its drawbacks on nice sunny days like today... Meh.

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    Software engineer for a defence-tech company that, a long time ago, was part of the government.

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    Programmer/Sysadmin in a university.

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    Law clerk, working at home. Awesome job.
    Got my licence in journalism recently, but I'll stick to my law firm for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimA View Post
    I build lasers that are used for DESTROYING PLANETS, and stuff.
    Sounds fun.

    Jnr. SysAdmin for a web/cms infrastructure company.

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