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We have our own metal fabrication business. Building gates, pool fences, security doors, etc.
I TOO am a photographer like DBLD78 as most of you couples know already..

but i just gotta say to CThawaii14 that oh do i love metal fabrication. its like the best stress reliever ever. you cant be stressed out when you have a big ol torch in your hand cutting and welding steel. i feel better just thinkin about it haha

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Nothing exciting for me I'm afraid, I used to work with horses for years, training youngsters and teaching along with some breeding, it was great, I used to do alot of showjumping too. Unfortunatly the pay isn't great in the horse industry so now I work for a japanese company called Tsubakimoto where I work in the offices. At least I don't work weekends now !!

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lol, this is always fun to try to explain what I do

 

I work in the Informatic department at my hosptial. We do mostly training for the nurses. we implemented eMar, barcode scanning, and getting ready to implement a whole new hospital wide computer system throughout the hospital. We do all the new nurse orientation, etc....

I have been a hairdresser for over 10 years now, I stopped doing that full time and now just do that on the side

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Shelley, we just started our computerized charting, smartchart. LOVE IT!
that's awesome. What system do you use? We have been computerized for years now, we are heading more to upgrade and implement CPOE.

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i'm a project manager for a company that designs, produces and replicates cds/dvds for aspiring musicians and filmmakers. also in grad school for education.

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Wow, we have some very interesting jobs here! rolleyes.gif

 

My still new job (I'm in my 5th week now!) is as a Business to Business Marketing Manager for a Tour Operator. Very fun!! (so far!)

 

Fancy title to say that I work with Travel Agents to promote our tour products and with Government Tourism Offices to engage in cooperative marketing tactics.

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